One day a bank error devastated Daniel's credit, causing his bills to shoot up overnight. As a result, he almost lost his home and nearly went bankrupt. He was 40 years old and felt like a loser. Unsure of where to turn or what to do, Daniel painstakingly found his own way through the difficult task of fixing his own credit.
While obsessing about credit and the law, Daniel began to see how unfair and hurtful the credit system was, and how so many people fall victim to it. He was determined to make credit repair available to hardworking people who found themselves in his same situation.
Daniel reverse engineered credit repair by following the processes of the most successful credit repair businesses in America. Seeing a way to simplify the process, Daniel set out to create the world’s first credit repair software, a tiny download he called "Credit-Aid."
The limitations and obstacles Daniel encountered while trying to repair his own credit, became the birthplace for his software journey. Little did he know that it would take another ten years of struggle and failure to finally reach success in business.