With the launch of the Free Shelf Corp Magic I havn’t had time to review many companies out there but a few weeks ago. I tend to look for other companies that offer services and try them out to see if I can learn anything from them and CreditCorp.net is one that I was yet to try out so 8 months ago I tried them and I am now here to share my experience.
The Company and its Programs
The company website is CorpCredit.net and they also operate under CCNCredit.com and operate under the name Corporate Credit Network. They claim to be featured in Entrepreneur.com, Fortune, Los Angeles Times and The International Herald Tribune but I have done some digging and have not come up with any proof of this. There program is $599 or 3 payments of $249 for a product they call the TrueBuild Credit Program.
Buying Their Product
So when I was first going to buy their product I emailed them and said I had some questions. They emailed me back and we scheduled a time to talk on the phone. Once we had a time set I told them the honest truth. I emailed them to let them know that I know the business and included a link to my blog and the only reason I was trying them out was to see if there is anything I can learn from them and also to share my experience with my readers. After that email I never received a call and it was hard to get in contact with anyone. They also never responded to any of the follow up emails I sent.
Once I realized that they were not responded once I was honest, I decided to try something else. I spoke to a close friend of mine and asked him if he can call them and talk to them to sign up for their service. My friend Phillip did just that and he explained that he had a corporation already that was 5 years old and he has good personal credit(mid 700′s across all three).
Going through the Program
We went through the motions and his consultant also told Phil that he will get more credit if he used his personal credit as well. For the first few months all they did was get the typical Net30 accounts and so on that you can learn for free in my ebook, The Business Credit Bible. In th 3rd or 4th month or so he was approved for a Capital One Card for $300 with a PG. After the 6 months(which is what you pay for at that price) we did nto even have a Dell account. We had an Office Depot revolving account, a Staples Net 30, some other worthless net 30 accounts, the Cap One card and a ton of personal credit inquiries. Needless to say that there was no chance of getting back our money. Phil suggested that we tell them that I planned to write a review in order to try to get our money back but sharing this is worth for than the $600 that they got.
I do not have to say what I think about this company, you saw the results. What I have to say though is that, there is no huge secret that someone is hiding from you in this Business Credit industry. The big companies wants everyone to think that there is some secret but there really isn’t. I am now giving away both ebooks and this holds pretty much all of the information you need to get started or to understand teh industry enough to ask the right questions and use the right companies. I hope that you take this process serious and continue to build business credit.