How to Market a Credit Repair Business

by Heather Topham Wood; Updated September 26, 2017

A credit repair business can be a low-cost startup option for anyone interested in advising others on how to fix their credit problems. Credit repair counselors meet with individuals to let them know how to work toward paying off debt and improving their credit score with the major credit reporting bureaus. If you have a credit repair business, you will want to devise ways to market your company to garner new clients.

Items you will need

  • Flyers
  • Business cards
Step 1

Make up flyers to advertise your credit repair business. Since you are a financial company, these flyers must look as professional as possible. Include your services, slogan and contact information on the flyer. Post the flyers all over your town, including libraries, churches, community centers, real estate agencies, lending institutions and convenience stores.

Step 2

Place online and offline classified ads. Take an ad out in your local newspaper or yellow pages. If you are on a limited budget, you can use free classified ad sites like Craigslist.

Step 3

Offer your services for free. To get your name out there, you need to build your client base. Contact friends, families and neighbors about your business and set up free consultations. Ask for them to write you recommendations in return. You can present these letters to potential clients.

Step 4

Set up a free credit repair seminar. Invite members of your community to a free seminar where you can cover the basics of fixing credit problems and improving your credit score. Give your business card out to all attendees of the seminar.

Tips

  • If you plan to post flyers for your credit repair business, make sure you receive permission from the owner of the property.

About the Author

Heather Topham Wood is a seasoned writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including USA Today, Gadgetell, Feel Rich and Step in Style. Heather is a published novelist with six Amazon bestsellers and a contract through Crescent Moon Press. She holds a bachelor's degree in English from TCNJ.