Anyone can achieve financial freedom, no matter what their current status is. Aaron Pursell is living proof that your circumstances don’t define you, and that with a leap of faith, anything is possible.
Aaron, like all other entrepreneurs, has had to figure out how to overcome the biggest roadblock they face: raising capital. For Aaron, the answer came when he was introduced to the concept of leveraging credit cards as a means of creative finance. This was a way for people to get the funding for a startup or a business that they needed. After getting his own $50k funding on 0% interest cards, Aaron invested in education resources to assert himself as an expert in this space. By starting his funding agency, Credit Fundr, he has helped over 100 clients secure funding for their businesses, as well.
After successfully helping other entrepreneurs start or scale their businesses, Aaron knew he was onto something big. But, as with most things, where there is great potential, comes a shadow side. Aaron became increasingly aware of a problem in America—most people have not been properly educated in finance. “Most people have had negative experiences with credit cards and it’s not always their fault. We weren’t taught about credit or finances at all in school and it really has failed a lot of people to see the possibilities and opportunities available to them,” says Aaron Pursell.
With a desire to shift the paradigm, Aaron started offering credit repair services to individuals with personal financial goals. So, as an extension of his services, Aaron started Credit Sweepr. Whether they want to buy a car, their first home, or want to leave their 9 to 5, he can help clients achieve a stellar credit score. “I think for most, especially when you’re first starting out, you have a lot of doubts and fears about failing which can cause you to just not start… You can always improve and you can always adapt,” says Aaron Pursell.
Aaron has a desire to empower everyone to become the best version of themselves. He knows from experience how beneficial good credit can be, and his mission is to give people the right tools to succeed.