Here is a new trick that is totally not worth the $3,999 that’s being charged, let alone $39, in my opinion. This company that is promoting you can have a good credit score by legally changing your name but keeping your old social security number.
Now from the advertisement above it sounds miraculous. But how about this statement, “Only use your new legal name when obtaining new credit, other than that use you original name as you always have.”
Once you go to the site AliasCreditFiles.com you will see that the site says “Brand new legal name change filed by our staff on your behalf. Brand new credit file created by our staff using your new legal name and your original social security #.” – Source
So if your new name is connected to your old credit through your social security number, why is changing your name helpful? Besides, if you are asked if you have ever had a judgment, sued, gone bankrupt, etc., what are you going to say with your new name? No? That’s like saying I just got married so my credit life starts all over. That’s not how life works.
Watch the video from their site.
I’m also curious how they get around advertising their services as attorney assisted name change profiles. If they are collecting a fee for service and paying part of that to the attorney they are fee sharing and that’s a no-no.
I also found it interesting they say: – Source
So wouldn’t it just be so much easier and $4,000 cheaper to deal with whatever it is that is bringing your current credit score and credit report down rather than having to get a new address and telephone number, never mention any of your past good credit, not apply for credit with your spouse, and don’t give your social security number out?
This approach seems like a lot of hiding and deception from the reality that you are who you are. The problem is not your identity or name, the problem is the lingering bad credit you might have.
Oh, I almost forgot to include the additional DO points from their site:
So if you spend the $4,000 for this product you have to lie where you’ve lived, what your address is, the cost of maintaining a new address and phone number and lie that you rent when you might not? Does that sound like a legit solution to you? Not me. besides, wouldn’t it just get exhausting trying to keep track of who you lied to and when you use the new name or not?