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    • CDTV Launch! March 30, 2011
        Credit Dusters has just launched our interactive television show. The network is called CDTV and it will start out with a daily show about all things credit. You can go there now…tv.creditdusters.com.
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    • New VW and Other Purchases I Didn’t Make June 4, 2008
      It seems strange considering my profession.  I recently pulled a copy of my credit report through the credit watch service  I am a member of.  I needed to purchase a car so I wanted to see where my scores stood and shop for the best interest rate.  To my surprise I had purchased a brand new […]
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    • Loan Modification – The Best Chance for Success April 30, 2008
      This week we are discussing a painful, but important situation that a lot of American consumers are facing. It is so scary to think that you might lose your home, but we want you to know that there is hope. We want to be a resource to those folks because we have been there and […]
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    • Beauty in Simplicity Chapter IV – The Final Verse April 25, 2008
      My family lives in a small, rural town in Southern Indiana. We are surrounded by a soy bean field with hundreds of sprawling acres across the street and a large lake that adjoins our property in the back. Sounds nice, right? Why am I so discontented?What is it that continues to drive me toward always […]
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    • Beauty in Simplicity Chapter III – The Endless Road April 24, 2008
      I began writing about the subject as a result of my daughter and I going on a field trip to our county 4-H last week. All the modern day farmers talking about raising chickens, cows, rabbits, and living off the land made me yearn for a life like that. This is my journey…The truth is […]
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    • Beauty in Simplicity Chapter II – What’s in the Box? April 23, 2008
      In his book, Halftime, author and successful businessman Bob Buford comments on the purpose of money in the following manner: Mike Kiami is a strategic planning consultant. He is brilliant. He is intuitive. He is demanding. He slices through all the pretense and posturing, and hones in on the core. He does not believe in […]
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    • Beauty In Simplicity – Chapter 1 April 22, 2008
      “Stop this train, I want to get off!” – Vanilla Ice Yesterday I touched on the fact that I am soul searching for the simple life. My wife and I used to think the Amish had the answer. I now know, as I mentioned, that I do not have to buy a farm and work […]
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    • A Rabbit Meat Shortage, The American Consumer, and Something About The Simple Life April 21, 2008
      I went on a field trip with my 3rd grade daughter this past week to our county 4-H. I learned a lot about farm animals. It was quite amazing because I saw the farmer of today and even with all the modern technology, (like a $280K combine that has a stereo, GPS system, and two seats) it […]
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    • How To Not Blow Your Tax Refund April 2, 2008
      In my previous post I wrote about the importance of filing even when you owe. Today I am going to give some helpful tips on preparing for your refund. Whether you are getting $500.00 or $5000.00 it is human nature to spend your money two or three times before it even hits the bank. I would encourage […]
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    • How To Proactively Protect Your Identity March 26, 2008
      Freecreditdusters.com has a great article on ID Theft – Check it out
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Our Story

My name is Matt Sullivan and this is my story.

About three years ago my wife and I went thru financial ruin. We almost lost everything. We were 120 days behind on our mortgage, 90 days behind on the car, and unsure of where the money was going to come from or what we were going to do. The worst part was that our lack of personal and financial self-control put us and kept us in the place we were.  We were like little babies. We were losing everything and yet still going out to eat and being financially irresponsible.

When the light really came on and we grew serious not only about changing our financial situation but also altering our mindset about money and finances, we began to study and dive in to the subject of finances and credit.  While working in the mortgage industry I spoke every day to people just like myself, desperate for change but unsure how to go about it.  Many of the clients I worked with had been through traumatic events such as bankruptcy, divorce, illness of a loved one, loss of job and many other traumas.  As a result, about a year ago I started a company called Credit Dusters.  

We are committed to paving the road to financial independence for our clients.  Yes, we are experts at getting our clients’ credit cleaned up, but what then?  We want them to have the tools to continue on the road to financial success.  We all have a story.  We want to hear yours. If you feel like we might be able to help please email me at matt@creditdusters.com

Sincerely,

Matt Sullivan, CEO

Credit Dusters

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2 Responses

  1. hi , i would like to know if you can help me, i was divorced about 4 years ago, all debts that were in the marriage was my husbands, but my ss# was on the documents, so therefore my credit is bad, judge said that i owe nothing, i dont know where to start, but i would like to get my credit fixed and see about getting a mortgage loan for a small house in my area[70000], any way please email me back if you think you could help me, ive heard from people that you guys do a great job, thank you ,, lori lopez

  2. My daughter in law, Noel Chatelain, recommended I contact you regarding cleaning up my credit report. It is overwhelming and so much of the stuff is “old.” Can you help? I’m ready. Thanks

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