ICFE eNEWS #16-28 - August 25th 2016
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San Diego, CA - The Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE) has
introduced for 2016, a new certification program titled: Certified
Master Consumer Credit Care Specialist (CCCCS™) The program's
components have been accepted for a total of 20 CEs by the AFCPE and
variety of other professional organizations, American Association of
Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS.org) accepts it for 40 for
Professional Development Units (PDUs).
The ICFE Certified Consumer Credit Care Specialist program includes the following four courses, all accepted for 5 CEs each and an ICFE Certified Master Consumer Credit Care Specialist Certificate.
ICFE Certified Credit Report Reviewer - CCRR®
ICFE Certified Credit Scoring Specialist - CCSS™
ICFE Certified Credit Repair Specialist - CCRS™
ICFE Certified Consumer Debt Compliance Specialist - DCCS™
ICFE certificants who have completed one or more of the four courses are eligible for special pricing on the remaining course work needed to complete their new CCCCS™ program. Over 3000 ICFE certificants are eligible for the special pricing and completion opportunity.
Individual enrollments in each course is $375 or a total of $1500. An introductory discount of $505 = makes the initial sale price of $995.00 or $248.75 per course module - a $125 plus savings off the regular enrollment price.
The ICFE certification program was developed to give credit and debt counselor's legitimization and recognition of their training. CMCCCS™ aims to equip all financial counselors with the tools to determine the methods of maintaining a good credit report and a high credit score. Plus the programs trains users how to change and improve credit reports, ratings and scores. It is very useful for all credit, debt and other financial and housing counselors.
ICFE Certified Master Consumer Credit Care Specialists (CMCCCS™) teach their clients how to obtain their credit reports from the three major CRAs. When the client has his or her credit reports in hand, credit reports are reviewed, page-by-page, with the client present. The average credit report review and checking for mistakes takes about an hour and fifteen minutes.
The ICFE's new CMCCCS™ program is explores the Credit Repair Organizations Act CROA, the FCRA/FACTA laws about consumer credit repair. Nearly every financial counselor has been asked by a client about their credit files and what it determines in their financial lives. The new CCCCS™ program educates trains and equips all financial counselors with the knowledge needed to determine what how credit file mistakes, damage credit ratings and scores and how to change or make improvements. Learning credit repair procedures of the CROA and how the FCRA-FACTA law treats credit file mistakes. The most common questions asked about credit repair is how mistakes in the file can negatively affect the credit score.
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Paul S. Richard
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Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE)
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