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The Future of Good Credit

Why giving consumers control of their credit could be a big opportunity for investors

 

  • Giving consumers a second chance at good credit
  • Integrated lending marketplace
  • Generous referral program drives powerful growth incentives
  • IPO investment opportunity for early investors
  • What investors need to know now

 

A new path to creditworthiness

These days, good credit is more important than it has ever been. For customers who’ve made mistakes in the past or fallen on hard times, restoring their formerly good credit can be a very long and difficult process. Without access to basic loans and consumer credit, these people’s lives are extremely limited.

ECRID (OTC:ECDD) changes all this, giving consumers a second chance at good credit and access to the loans they need to survive and thrive in their day to day lives.

 

Learn more about how ECRID helps consumers

 

A second chance at good credit

That’s exactly what ERID delivers to its growing member base who start out with a perfect 950 ECRID credit score.

Integrated bill pay

Maintaining good credit is made simple with ECRID’s built in bill payment system that features automatic payments and multiple reminders to help members stay current on their bills.

Restoring credit through monthly bills

By linking existing monthly expenses like phone, car payments, rent, and mortgages to the ECRID system, members are in charge of their own credit destiny.

ECRID lending marketplace

With a good ECRID credit score comes access to the company’s built in and curated lending marketplace. Offering loans for housing, vehicles, and more, ECRID members have access to the loans they need.

Solid growth strategy

A business like this is nothing without its customer base, and with its extremely generous referral bonus system, ECRID is well positioned for continued subscriber growth well into the future.

Active IPO for investors

ECRID’s new IPO is active with the goal of raising $20,000,000 for future operations

The credit bureau of the future

That’s what the team at ECRID has set out to create, and by making restoring and maintaining credit as easy as possible, even for customers who need a second chance, we think the company is well positioned to gain serious market share in the years to come.

 

 

Building the credit bureau of the future

Good credit is as important as it has ever been, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy for consumers to maintain or restore. Mistakes, unexpected life circumstances, and even errors on the part of the credit bureaus can create negative credit reporting that takes years to drop off. 

Consumers need access to loans for vehicles, housing, and more, and ECRID (OTC:ECDD) is a disruptive fintech company with an ambitious plan to not only revolutionize lending and credit, but to become the top credit bureau of the future.

 

From “unbanked” to a perfect 950

To many consumers with bad credit, a perfect 950 credit score seems unattainable. Mistakes and missed payments in the past continue to haunt them years later, and they feel like it’s a trap they may never get out of. 

For these people, ECRID is a much needed lifesaver. By linking bills of their choice with their ECRID credit report, anyone can obtain a perfect 950 credit score, no matter what mistakes they may have made in the past. 

By paying these bills on time each month, ECRID members maintain their perfect score and gain access to the loans they need.

 

Credit made simple

Missed or late payments are a major contributing factor to bad credit, and with its integrated and automated bill pay system, ECRID helps its members to pay on time or even early each month. Featuring not only automated payments, but helpful payment reminders, ECRID partners with its members to help them maintain their newly restored good credit.

 

Putting people in charge of their own financial destinies

To use the ECRID credit  platform, new members select and upload a minimum of 4 monthly bills such as electric, water, cable bills, etc. Each of these profiles costs $25, and with a minimum of 4 profiles, the customer receives a perfect 950 ECRID score. Existing bad negative credit reporting from the other bureaus is not considered, and as long as the member continues to pay their ECRID-linked bills on time each month, they maintain their perfect credit score.

This novel approach not only helps people with bad credit get back on their feet, but it also moves control over the credit reporting process from the creditors back to the individual. Members select which bills are included in their ECRID credit report, making it as easy as possible for them to maintain their perfect scores.

 

Loans for people who need them

ECRID is far from just a credit reporting company. The point of good credit is to obtain needed loans at favorable terms, and with ECRID, finding those loans has never been easier. 

With a growing selection of ECRID lenders, members can select and apply for the loans they need from lenders who already understand and recognize the ECRID credit score system. 

From home loans to cars and more, ECRID aims to become the lending hub its members trust and rely on.

 

Poised for serious growth

In fintech, user base is everything. Even the best idea isn’t worth much without customers. 

The global credit repair services market was estimated at $3.298 billion in 2021, $3.746 billion in 2022, and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13.76% to reach $7.152. With its innovative approach to this age-old problem, ECRID is already well positioned in this growing market, but the company isn’t leaving its future growth up to chance.

 

Generous referral program

This is the real core of ECRID’s growth strategy, and one of the things that makes this company such a unique opportunity for investors. Each ECRID member gets their own referral code that can be shared via social media, email, online, or in person. 

For each new member a customer brings onboard to the ECRID platform, the member receives a payment of $75. With no cap on this referral program, the incentive is to refer as many people as possible, and with the obvious benefits ECRID provides, rapid growth of the customer base is all but assured.

 

IPO opportunity for investors

ECRID is currently raising $20 million through an IPO, and for investors, this means opportunity. The company is still at the early stages of its plan to dominate the future of credit reporting, and it has big plans for continued growth.

 

The fintech future of credit 

A big trend in recent years is putting the power back into the hands of the consumer. This idea has transformed industries from entertainment to investing, and the team at ECRID believes it’s time for credit reporting to receive the same treatment. 

The ECRID platform lets members start over from perfect, select their own choice of bills to be included on their report, provides generous referral benefits to members who help the platform grow, and gives consumers access to a growing selection of lending products. 

The gatekeepers of the past will have less influence over people’s ability to borrow, and deserving customers will be able to prove their creditworthiness irrespective of past mistakes.

This is obviously great for consumers, but it could be even better for early investors as ECRID establishes itself as a new financial hub for consumers who need a second chance. 

The stock is trading low, and based on market trends we think it is possible it won’t stay low forever.

 

Summary For Investors

ECRID is quickly establishing itself as the dominant player in credit reporting and lending for consumers looking for a second chance. 

The company lets members reestablish a perfect credit score from day one and maintain that score through timely bill payments. With a built in bill payment system and lending marketplace, ECRID aims to become the fintech platform of choice for this large and growing market. 

The company’s generous referral program provides serious incentives for members to promote the product, pouring gasoline on the fire of growth already driven by the inherent usefulness of the product. 

The credit repair market is large and growing, and by combining everything this customer base is looking for in an attractive and easy to use package, ECRID is well positioned to become not only a dominant player, but the top credit reporting bureau of the future.

Smart investors are starting to pay attention, and with the company’s current IPO, this could be the ideal time to beef up a fintech portfolio. 

ECRID trades under (OTC:ECDD)

 

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Management

 

 

 

 

 

Cleveland Gary 

Chief Executive Officer

 

 

 

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