Pyramid is the newcomer to the credit repair world, but it brings with it some impressive features that help it stand out among the big hitters in the credit repair space. Although it is a little pricey for what it offers, the effort that Pyramid puts in to credit repair makes up for the price tag.
Pyramid Credit Repair is an impressive service, especially considering it hasn’t been around as long as the bigger credit repair companies like Lexington Law. It offers a price point that is on par with other credit repair services doing the same work, but includes some key features that help it stand out. Here’s a breakdown of what Pyramid offers.
Pyramid has a straightforward pay structure, the most streamlined of any credit repair company that we reviewed. It does not charge an initial fee, which is unusual for a credit repair company. This means that your first five to 15 days of service are free (not offered in some states). After that, the service is $99 per month, which is about the same as CreditRepair.com. Unlike CreditRepair.com, you don’t get identity theft protection with the price, which is a negative.
Guarantee: Pyramid does offer a 90-day 100% money-back guarantee, which means that if you are not satisfied with the service within the first 90-days, you get your money back.
How Pyramid does credit repair is one of the reasons its price point seems a little high. Unlike other credit repair service, you get a dedicated personal account manager who walks you through every step of the process and is available to you when you need them. Your manager will walk you through your credit report after you first sign up and talk with you about the best options for removing negative items from your credit report.
Pyramid also has dedicated on-site lawyers that are well-versed in credit repair and help with the credit repair process to help with any legal loopholes that could help remove negative items, as well as to make sure everything is done correctly.
Pyramid Credit Repair has not been around for very long, and therefore doesn’t have a lot of online presence when it comes to reviews. The company does not even have a score from the Better Business Bureau. This makes it hard to figure out how customers feel about Pyramid’s service.
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