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Worst Credit Report In America? This Could Be Your Lucky Day!

Monday Jul 20, 2009

With the economy in the dumps, and money harder to come by than hot summer days here in Chicago, a lot of people are feeling the pain. And it's not pain from a sunburn. A large number of Americans are watching helplessly as they creep further and further into debt and money problems in this hard economic time. This is the sad reality for a significant amount of people, and free credit report scores are becoming increasingly cluttered with not so flattering reports. If this is painfully similar to your life story, then this may be your lucky day.

A credit restoration service recently announced a contest for the ages. This specific credit restoration company is looking for the worst credit reports in America. That means that millions upon millions of heart-wrenching stories will be entered into the contest to try and stake the claim of "worst credit report in America." What an accomplishment! I am sure the grand children will lay in bed and beg to hear the story of how their grandparents won this prestigious contest.

With all jokes aside, this contest ventures out to find the most somber and despairing stories our nation has to offer. With little doubt, these stories will be heart-felt and truly moving. I feel for whomever has the job of reading these stories to determine the winner because the depressing stories will take its toll. However, the brilliance of this contest is that it combines the worst of times with the best of times.

The worst of times is obviously the state that all of the applicants are in. The best of times is what the contest winner will be able to call their prize. The lucky winner of "the worst credit report in America" will have their credit score cleaned free of charge, and will be able to stay a customer for life. If any bad marks arise on the newly cleaned credit report, the credit restoration company will clean it for free. Talk about a prize. This would be the ultimate life changing event, and would truly make an individual's life exponentially better.

Hopefully, this ray of sunshine for a gloomy individual with a terrible credit score, will be the start of a wonderful change. And I can only pray that this ray of sunshine makes its way to Chicago and heats up our summer a little bit.


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