The Enrich Financial offices of Credit Repair Specialist CEO Arian Eghbali joins the West Valley Warner Center Chamber of Commerce. This chamber of commerce is one of the largest chambers in the San Fernando Valley, including Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Reseda and Winnetka. A ribbon cutting ceremony and issuance of certificates followed the welcoming of Enrich Financial to the Chamber of Commerce. There are 43 local businesses, including chain stores and specialty businesses within the Chamber of Commerce West Valley Warner Center. Organizations join the chamber to gain more exposure of their businesses/ workplace connections, while increasing the desirability to do business within the community.
It is important to promote local businesses because it’s the local companies which help the community thrive by giving back directly, including economic and social benefits via greater, newer network. Eghbali is happy to join the West Valley Warner Center Chamber of Commerce because he wants his firm to help more people successfully manage their finances. To help improve workplace management and overall community economics, Eghbali promises his financial company will continue offer the community of Tarzaana with gain access to business products which help manage business finances. Eghbali also has a book “Build Better Credit to Build a Better Life: Your Life Starts Here”, to teach the community how to repair credit problems, rebuild good credit, and experience financial freedom.
The financial health book is eye-opening as there are many tactics credit bureaus have kept secret for years about achieving and maintaining a good credit score. The book teaches people how to understand a credit report, how to legally remove any type of adverse credit from a consumer credit report and how to raise your credit score in a time of need. Eghbali’s financial firm can even offers customized solutions to meet individual needs so anyone seeking help can experience financial freedom, including people who have experienced bankruptcy and charge-offs to tax liens. To learn more information on financial wellness and business, follow Enrich Financial on Facebook. Leave a comment below to tell the Examiner how local businesses are benefiting your community.