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ConsumerLaw101 (CL101) is the educational division of Swift Law North (SLN). All lectures and courses are taught by licensed Swift Law North attorneys with decades of experience litigating debt collection and credit reporting cases. The attorneys at Swift Law North—and managing partner and CEO Aaron M. Swift, Esq. in particular—has been operating from the sidelines of the credit repair space for a long time. Now, after learning best practices and pitfalls and obstacles to avoid, the time has come to teach other Credit Professionals the secrets and power of Litigation-Backed Credit Repair.

Litigation-Backed Credit Repair is the secret and future of credit repair! Frankly, credit reporting only exists on the backbone of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and other consumer laws and statutes such as the Fair Credit Billing Act (FCBA). Therefore, to successfully navigate the intricate maze created by these laws, one must at least possess a working knowledge of these important statutes and how they impact credit reporting and credit repair.

ConsumerLaw101, in fact, goes well beyond teaching the basics of these laws; rather, each CL101 Course contains 8-10 lecture videos that deep dive into the important definitions, legal standards, and litigation secrets that will equip ConsumerLaw101 Scholars with the tools to fight back against unscrupulous debt collectors and credit reporting agencies, such as Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, Innovis, and more!

ConsumerLaw101—by teaching Litigation-Backed Credit Repair—leads to more tradeline deletions, higher credit scores, more $$$ MONEY $$$ for Consumers and Credit Professionals, more debt forgiveness, and happier clients! Become a ConsumerLaw101 Scholar today and also learn about EXTRA CREDIT opportunities within the courses that divulge marketing secrets, discuss seminal cases, and include lawyer-drafted template letters, such as LEGAL AND PROPER validation and verification requests and ready-to-use FCRA Dispute Letters!

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NOTE to potential Course Brokers: If you are interested in promoting ConsumerLaw101 as a Course Broker—thus earning a significant commission for each CL101 Course sold using your unique affiliate link or coupon code—please contact us via the contact page with a brief introduction on who you are and how you intend to promote the course. Thank you, and we look forward to hopefully working together to improve credit repair and to make a lot of money together in the process!

NOTE to CROs interested in our CAP Program: to qualify and to be paid as a Contract Affiliate Paralegal (CAP)—i.e., you implement the SLN Litigation Program as a Contract Underwriting Paralegal to Underwrite FDCPA and FCRA Claims—you must purchase and complete CL101 Course Level 4 or higher. More information available upon request.