About the ECRA

Credit repair companies provide a valuable and badly needed service to millions of Americans. Unfortunately, there are a great many unscrupulous “companies” who purport to do credit repair, but do little more than relieve their “clients” of their hard earned money! Such scammers take advantage of those already in desperate need, leaving their victims in an even more hopeless situation than they were already.

The Ethical Credit Repair Alliance (ECRA) strives to educate the public about the importance of avoiding such companies, and about the steps necessary to insure that any company they hire consists of reputable professionals in whom they may safely place their trust.

We believe this to be a badly needed public service that has gotten too little attention, and we strive to “fill the gap” in this regard.

The FTC seems to get involved only after there have been numerous complaints lodged against a company. But by then many people have already been taken advantage of, and that’s why the industry needed a “watchdog” organization like the ECRA to alert consumers from the onset.

That’s why the Ethical Credit Repair Alliance (ECRA) was founded. The ECRA’s purpose is, first and foremost, educating and protecting the public from unethical credit repair practices.

The ECRA is an alliance of credit repair professionals dedicated to self-regulating the profession and discharging their duties in the best interests of their clients. All its members must agree to and abide by the “Code of Professional Ethics” in addition to Federal Law, and those found to be in violation are subject to expulsion from membership.

For more information visit the ECRA web site at www.ECRAonline.org.

If you have any questions and/or comments please feel free to email Support@ECRAonline.org.


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