NACSO Credit Certification
Looking to deliver the highest level of service and quality?
Do you want to be able to be carry the certification by the National Association of Credit Services Organizations? (also known as "NACSO")
Learn more about NACSO Certification at: http://nacso.org!
National Association of Credit Services Organizations
National Association of Credit Services Organizations advocates industry standards and ethical business practices for the credit repair industry. Founded in 2007, NACSO services to streamline the industry through our Standards of Excellence seal. NACSO members promote compliance throughout the industry on national levels.
National Association of Credit Services Organizations' members go through a certification enrollment process to aid in the prevention of fraudulent activity throughout the credit services industry. NACSO's Standards of Excellence goes further than the Credit Repair Organizations Act and touches on items essential to the honest growth of this industry.
NACSO "Standards of Excellence" Seal
The NACSO Standards of Excellence is an honor – and not every company is eligible. Businesses that meet our high standards are invited to join the NACSO. Businesses meeting NACSO standards are presented to local Boards of Advisors (or designees) for review and acceptance as a NACSO Standards of Excellence member. To read more about our Standards of Excellence requirements, click here.
Before a company is approved by the National Association of Credit Services Organizations, it must meet the following requirements:
- Provide information and background on company and its officers.
- Not have multiple unexplained complaints through miscellaneous resources.
- Adhere to guidelines set forth by appropriate governing agencies.
- Submission of website, advertising materials and contracts and sales scripts for compliance and deceptive advertising review.
- Not use any deceptive advertising or make false claims.
- Not have any current legal or government actions against them that demonstrates a significant failure of the company to support the standards and principles of the NACSO. NACSO can rescind membership to an existing member if it proves they are not acting within the scope of NACSO "Standards of Excellence".
- Have complete and conformed integrity and support the standards and principles of NACSO.
- Not engage in any activity that would compromise status with NACSO.
- Provide adequate client support options, including support phone numbers and/or email addresses.
- Been in business for at least six months. Businesses under six months can qualify for a provisional membership.