Trinity Credit Services

404 Power House Street, McKinney, Texas 75071
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Before you can be taken seriously as a company, you need to make sure to have a solid foundation in place and have all your ducks in a row. Trinity Credit Services has done this.

Headquartered in McKinney, Texas, Trinity is registered with the Secretary of State in Texas and is 100% bonded. Trinity also has offices in California where they are also registered and bonded so customers have the peace of mind in knowing that Trinity plans to be there for the long haul.

As far as their credit repair services are concerned, Trinity claims to have helped over 20,000 customers remove over 100,000 negative items from their credit reports including public records such as liens and bankruptcies.
Year Established:8 year(s) of experience 2011 BBB Rating:Click here to view the
Trinity Credit Services BBB profile.
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Toll Free Number:Free calls nationwide Yes Unresolved BBB Complaints: 0
Physical Location:Business headquarters Business Office Secure Online Signup:Uses https:// encryption No
Services
  • Credit Bureau Disputes
  • Creditor Interventions
  • Credit Score Coaching
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Trinity Credit Services Reviews

Bad company total rip off
7/23/2014Reply
It appears this person also posted reviews for two other companies under different names from the one used here which lends doubt as to the credibility of this review. CreditRepairCompare.com 8/21/2014
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FRAUD SO FAR!!! Not even BBB accredited! I have been working with M****** K******** (Senior Credit Coach) and what a horrible experience! I have a credit score of 587 and was trying to be charged $900 to fix my credit yet EVERYWHERE online I have read that they are charging people waaaay less and they have worse credit than I do. The worst part is that I ONLY authorized them to pull my credit (I never paid them a penny!) and guess what Trinity did? They applied for a home loan on my behalf WITHOUT my consent!!! I received a letter in the mail from a mortgage company first thing this year and the first line in the letter reads: "In connection with your application for a loan, the lender must disclose to you the score that a consumer reporting agency distributes to users and the lender used in connection with your loan and the key factors affecting your credit scores." I immediately contacted the home mortgage loan company stated on the letter I received because I was appalled that they did a loan request/application without my consent! Luckily the man who assisted me is investigating this and is so far BEYOND helpful. He stated to me in an email that another person contacted him with the same issue and this other person was having their credit "repaired" thorugh Trinity so he asked if I gave them my info to "repair" my credit... I was in disbelief! How could this gentleman possibly know I asked Trtinity to pull my credit?! I then forwarded his email to M****** with Trinity and she kept giving me the run around and never answered my question as to why she applied for a home loan without my consent! I went back and forth with her through numerous emails trying to get an answer from her with NO success! I finally sent her one last email stating I am having this investigated (which I am) because this is FRAUD! Her answer was that I gave her consent to pull my credit... I ONLY AUTHORIZED MY CREDIT PULLED!!! NOT FOR ANYONE TO APPLY FOR A HOME LOAN ON MY BEHALF AND WITHOUT MY CONSENT! Once the investigation is finished I will update this, but if the outcome of the investigation is not good I will definitely be suing her and the company for sure! The internet is very powerful, unfortunately for them, they messed with the wroooong person!
2/28/2013Reply

I used Trinity Credit Services. They did not tell me what score I would achieve, but I did have a HUGE score increase. For the little money I spent with them, I have benefited greatly. I save hundreds of dollars each month on my home mortgage. I have no complaints, they were great!
6/13/2011Reply
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