General Questions (6)
Knowing your current credit score allows you to make the best decision about how to begin raising the money you need to pay for IVF.
If your credit score is too low, you are unlikely to qualify for an IVF loan without repairing your credit first.
If your credit score is high enough to qualify for an IVF loan, you can apply for a loan before you begin your other fundraising efforts.
An IVF loan is the fastest and easiest way of raising the money you need to pay for IVF.
Unfortunately, not everyone’s credit score is high enough to qualify for an IVF loan.
Enrolling in one of our preferred credit repair programs allows you to work with a company that is dedicated to raising your credit score and prompting you when it is high enough so that you might qualify for an IVF loan.
In general, credit repair takes at least 4 weeks to make an impact on your credit score.
Ultimately, the amount and nature of negative items on your credit report will determine the time it takes to improve your credit score.
This paperwork is necessary in order to verify your account.
This verification process is time sensitive and any delay could hurt your chances to raise the money you need to pay for IVF.
Sharing your IVF goal with your social network, or just certain members of your social network, is a great way to solicit donations for your fundraiser and investments for your loan.
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