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Credit Care Pluz a Bogus Preacher Credit Repair Scam

If you are surprised by what I’m about to share with you, you should not be. The allegation is a minister who was previous charged with identity theft and drug charges has been running an Illinois credit repair business that has left some unhappy consumers without refunds.

“Moshamba Cannon was a preacher with a message, a family, and a surprisingly secular side mission: to help consumers repair their damaged credit.

Customers of Cannon’s Chicago-based company, Credit Care Pluz, say they paid big money to get help repairing their credit and were lured by his position as a pastor. But records indicate Cannon has a sordid past, and state officials maintain his company isn’t legitimate. – Source

From his new home in Florida, Cannon disputed any knowledge of those warrants and called our questions “foolishness.” Of his past, Cannon said “that was a long time ago.” He said his company Credit Care Pluz is legitimate.

When it comes to credit repair, no matter who is pushing the message, it is always buyer beware. Nearly everything a consumer can do to imporve their credit, they can do themselves for free.

If you’d like to watch the investigative report on Cannon, you can unlock it and watch it below.

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