Gboogie is a scam artist. Do not trust him. He offers services to enhance your credit, but after he collects payment he does absolutely nothing positive to your personal or business credit. He then uses a stall tactic to get you to make even more payments to him and at the end when hes collected enough he disconnects his phone numbers and stop comtacting you. Do not make this mistake. More info coming soon. .
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