Offering Expert, Ethical, and Friendly Credit Repair Since 2011
Our scientific approach to credit repair is on the cutting edge of the industry and can be extremely effective — our results are proof.
Meet the Scoreology Family
Father, credit restoration expert and owner of Scoreology.
Ed Jack (EJ)
EJ works daily with our clients, helping to improve their credit profiles. If you have any questions, please email him @ email@example.com
Daniel helps keep us all coordinated and performs comprehensive credit evaluations. If you are not a client and are wanting to talk about credit, please set up a consultation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Brianna is the newest member of our team, she helps us with office coordination, payments, consult appointments and credit monitoring services. Please email her with billing questions @ email@example.com
Why Are We Different
We listen and respond. From our inital phone call to your two-year checkin, we listen and answer your questions. Our scientific approach to credit repair is on the cutting edge of the industry and can be extremely effective.
You're More Than A Number
At Scoreology, we treat you like family. We maintain a one-on-one relationship with focused attention on each client. That’s why we choose not to manage thousands of clients simultaneously.
As a client of Scoreology, you have access to your personal online portal. Once logged in to your safe and secure portal, you will have a number of tools geared towards your credit restoration and your credit building goals.
Whatever the reason for improving your credit score, Scoreology can help!
As a client of Scoreology, we’re here for you and your credit success! During our inital phone call, we make sure to listen to your needs and goals, then we’ll set up a review of your credit, and get started with you, all while working toward your goal.
As a client of Scorology, you’ll also get access to our results tracker. This displays exactly what’s being changed in your consumer credit reports on all three major credit bureaus – Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion – and exactly how much progress is being made.