CREDIT REPAIR WORKSHOP

You will walk out of the workshop with the first step to the credit repair accomplished. By the end of the workshop you should be fully educated and on your way to better credit situation.

Location
Maryland Institute College of Art
Instructor
Ertha Harris
Part of
November 4 Knowledge Exchange Day
Sessions
Saturday, November 4, 2017 11:30 - 12:30 PM
 
 

For participants to walk away educated about their own personal credit and how to correct it if needed. This workshop is interactive. You will walk out of the workshop with the first step to the credit repair accomplished. By the end of the workshop you should be fully educated and on your way to better credit situation.

Credit plays an important role in our society. It is often misunderstood and misused, which can have a negative impact on our lives for many years. This interactive workshop will provide participants a basic understanding of credit reports. Participants will learn about the importance of credit, budgeting and obtain access to resources such as tips and local professionals and specialists that will help them achieve their goals. Participants will also learn the right way to correct and restore their credit. Participants will have the opportunity to sign up to review their credit report for a $1.00 trail period ( this trail is good for 14 days must be canceled by the Participant). Also if participant want to enroll in our program there can that day.

Instructor Bio:

Ertha Harris has been a dedicated Community Activist of over 20 years, supporting such organizations as NAACP, Council of Elders, Sojourner-Douglass College, Reality Speaks, NLLC, Urban Leadership Institute, FOCUS, On Our Shoulder, The Great Blacks in Was Museum, African Village, Akebulan Rites of Passage, African Heritage Walk-A-Thon and many more.

She is one of 10 children raised by a single mother. She graduated from Carver High School, where she was a member of the basketball, track, and gymnastics teams. Ertha was student council president, a cheerleader, and she played in the school band. She attended University of Maryland, College Park and returned to become a community organizer seeking to improve living conditions in neighborhoods plagued with crime and high unemployment.

Jasmin Green, a senior credit adviser for Max Score Credit, has experience working in the credit industry, Jasmin has personally reviewed more than 1,000 consumer credit files for mortgage professionals, investment groups and consumers. Jasmin and Max Score staff offer “real world” advice and help layout the best course of action consumers need to follow in order for them to achieve their financial goals. Jasmin understanding of credit laws, how they function and the ways in which they are interpreted by credit bureaus, creditors and collection agencies is the key to her success.

Jasmin brings “real world” applications to consumers who are searching for practical answers to their credit questions. As part of her quest to give mortgage professionals, realtors and consumers a better understanding of the complicated credit system.

Jasmin believes that credibility in the credit industry is a must. Through basic credit education, she shares knowledge of false, misleading and unverifiable claims frequently made by collections agencies, credit companies and creditors in order to lure consumers to their services.

As a true and credible credit “Expert,” Jasmin teaches consumers to seek the truth in all areas of their financial dealings.