RMCN is a Credit Services Organization that specializes in Credit Restoration and Education. I started developing this credit restoration process in late 1997, after I too had credit problems. After settling all of my bad debts, I realized that these settled accounts were still on my credit report and affecting it in a negative way. After reviewing Federal and State Laws and Statutes, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, I realized that many of the accounts on my credit report contained inaccuracies. I then started investigating the creditors and the credit reporting agencies. I demanded that they either verify the information that they had reported as 100% accurate or DELETE it! Over the next few months I was astonished with the inaccuracies that had surfaced and were subsequently DELETED. Over the next several years I helped many friends and family members get several items DELETED including: BANKRUPTCIES, TAX LIENS, JUDGMENTS, SLOW PAYMENTS, CHARGE-OFFS, FORECLOSURES and COLLECTION ACCOUNTS. After seeing the results that I achieved for them, I realized that I could help anyone with credit issues.
After living with less than perfect credit for a period of time, I know what it is like not being able to use credit as a financial tool. I want to assist as many people as possible to regain this vital tool for life, GOOD CREDIT. You do not have to live with inaccurate bad credit. We will help you improve your credit rating by improving the accuracy of your credit report and educate you on how to maintain your restored credit.
Founder and CEO
RMCN Credit Services
Plano Star Courier, November 4, 2008
Operation Appreciation collects money and goods for care packages for McKinney’s boys and girls stationed overseas.
The men and women serving overseas in theaters such as Iraq and Afghanistan don’t have access to the movies, games, sporting goods, toiletries and food their home has everyday. “There are certain things that it’s hard for them to get a hold of,” Operation Appreciation volunteer Julie Parker said. Ironically, Operation Appreciation volunteers working with the McKinney Chamber of Commerce set up a donation booth Saturday outside the one place where anyone can buy whatever they want or need 24-hours a day: the Wal-Mart store on Redbud Boulevard and Custer Road and U.S. 380.
Volunteer David Clarke said McKinney has 36 troops stationed overseas and their goal is to raise enough money and donations to organize packages for every soldier on their wish list. The organization contacted their families to ask them for a wish list for their care packages. “They are the things we often take for granted,” Parker said. The volunteers collected monetary donations from people walking in and out of the store as well as goods and non-perishable foods that can be sent to the troops. “Some would ask if there was anything they can get and they would go buy it in the store,” Clarke said. Most of the troops’ families contacted through the Blue Star program said they wanted things to keep them occupied like movies, cards and sporting goods. Clarke said they are trying to customize each list for each soldier. “We even know what they don’t want, like no chick flicks,” Clarke said with a laugh. “We’re trying to customize their order to what they really want.” They are also trying to get some more Christmas type items, so the troops can celebrate their holidays during their tour. “They don’t have much Christmas stuff over there,” Parker said.
Just about everyone who made a donation had a story to tell the volunteers about their own service or their family’s military history. Shirley Rogers of McKinney brought back a bag of books and beef jerky to donate. She said she felt she had to because she knows what it’s like serving in the military. “I’m ex-Air Force,” she said. “So I have a soft spot for them.” Ramon Gardner, also of McKinney, pulled $50 out of her purse and donated to Operation Appreciation. Her husband has been working as a contractor in Baghdad for the last five years. The last time she saw him was last month. She only gets to see him once a year. When Clarke asked Gardner if she wanted to set up a wish list through them, she politely declined. “Other people deserve much more stuff,” she said. “He gets what he needs where ever he is.”
RMCN Employees Reach Out To MISD Students
McKINNEY – Continuing a tradition of years past, RMCN Cares, a non-profit organization of RepairMyCreditNow.com’s came through again for students of McKinney ISD by providing clothes and school supplies for students at Slaughter Elementary for the first day of school.
Employees of RMCN Credit Services Employees raised $1,100 dollars which the company then matched with a check for $1,100 dollars. With the money raised employees were able to purchase 128 articles of clothing for children ranging from Kindergarten to 5th grade at the elementary school to start off the new school year.
“Helping children in our community and making a difference for students at McKinney ISD is an honor for the employees of RMCN Credit Services and my family”, commented Doug Parker, CEO of RMCN Credit Services.
Each year RMCN donates to different schools in McKinney at the beginning of the school year, Thanksgiving, and Christmas to help out children in need.
Slaughter Elementary was chosen not just because of a need, but also because Parker’s children attended Slaughter Elementary throughout their elementary years.
Collin County Buzz August 23, 2010