After retiring from his boutique law firm in 2009,Joseph F. Rafidi started his career as aconsultant and guide. He started advising peopleon credit scores and guiding them on how theycan raise their credit score and be eligible forgetting loans to buy a house or a car. Oftenpeople have bad credit history in spite of payingall credits and dues, they become victim of creditfrauds or scam and thus need expert advice oncorrecting their credit score.
Joseph F. Rafidi guides them on how they canimprove their credit record. He goes through thecredit payment history of the clients and guidesthem during a counseling session. In this way,he helps credit victims rectify their score andavail loans for leading a better life.
Joseph F. Rafidi was quite active in politicsfrom his school days. He did his graduation inPolitical Science from Youngstown StateUniversity, Michigan. The YSU was establishedin 1908 and boasts of beautiful landscapes. TheUniversity offers degrees in various streams andhas more than 84,000 alumni. Joseph F. Rafidiran over 35 political campaigns and was electedfor the Youngstown School Board in 1975. In thesubsequent year, that is in 1976, he was chosenas a delegate to the National DemocraticConvention that nominates and confirms thePresidential and Vice Presidential candidates.
Joseph F. Rafidi is an active member of variousorganizations that work for the welfare of thecommunity. He is an esteemed member of theCurbstone Coaches, an organization that honorsthe athletes and coaches who have maderemarkable contribution to the field of sports. Heis also a member of the South CountyDemocratic Club, and the Youngstown-WarrenRegional Chamber of Commerce.
Joseph F. Rafidi did his Juries Doctorate fromprestigious Thomas M Cooley law College, Ohio,Michigan. This college prepares the graduatesfor the legal profession and was started by agroup of prominent judges and lawyers to offerquality legal education. The college is namedafter Thomas M Cooley, a prominent jurist of thattime who later became Chief Justice of MichiganSupreme Court.