Rolando Nunez is a young Cuban entrepreneur who has found his calling in helping the immigrant community in the United States improve their personal finances and understand how credit works to enhance their lives.

Born in Cuba, Nunez arrived in the United States in 2012 at the age of 17 with his parents. After graduating in law and political science from Montclair State in New Jersey, he worked as a Dispute Resolution Specialist for the corporate side of TE Bank in New Jersey.

With the experience he gained in the banking and credit world, Nunez decided to start his own business in 2019: NJ Credit Repair LLC. His business has grown rapidly, now employing over 15 people, and has helped thousands of people improve their credit and resolve their debts.

The Covid-19 pandemic presented a challenge for his business, as imposed restrictions limited the promotion of his company. But this did not stop Nunez, who turned to social media to promote his business and created a platform with over 300,000 followers on Tik Tok and Instagram. He also recently created a Spanish-language learning platform for immigrants with over 700 users.

Nunez is not only a successful entrepreneur, but also a published author. In 2017, at just 21 years old, he published his first book «El Joven Soñador» which sold over 2,000 copies in the state of New Jersey.

His main goal is to help immigrants in the United States improve their personal finances and understand how credit works to enhance their lives. Nunez has made a big difference in the lives of many people, and his work is a great example of how entrepreneurs can create companies that have a positive impact on the community.

If you are interested in his work, you can find him on Instagram as @mr.credit.nj

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