1. Your onboarding MUST be complete within 48 hours. Onboarding takes 5-10 minutes and we cannot start your service until onboarding has been completed. If your onboarding is not complete within 48 hours of signing up, you will be removed from our system. You will receive an email as soon as your client portal is open for you to complete your onboarding. ALL 3 steps must be completed:

   - Sign up for the credit monitoring that we use and provide your login

   - Upload a picture of recent proof of address

   - Upload a picture of your ID

2. Do not sign up for our services if you are currently behind on your bills. Old bills are OK, but current bills are not. We do not want our services to be another financial burden for you.

3. As an active client you are required to keep the credit monitoring that we use ACTIVE. We need to be able to see all 3 of your credit reports monthly to keep your dispute schedule running as smoothly as possible. If you downgrade or cancel your credit monitoring you will be cancelled as a client. If you were a previous client of ours, please use a different email address to re-enroll.

4. You can not be a client of Wealth Builders if you are in active bankruptcy. If your bankruptcy has been dismissed or discharged that is OK.

5. Please know that this process is a team sport, building positive credit, paying your bills on time and paying your credit card balances down is what we expect out of all of our clients. If you are not willing to consistently do these things, please do not sign up for our services.

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The audit fee is $149. You will NOT be charged until you complete onboarding. Your onboarding should be complete within 72hrs of your portal being turned on or you will be cancelled as a Wealth Builders client. Your monthly payments for previous work performed will be the same date every month, that fee is $99. This date is determined by the date your first round of disputes went out.
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