Posted on 23 Feb 2017 | 907 views
Dental Loan Financing With Bad Credit

Dental procedures can be expensive and even if you have insurance, many procedures or fees may not be covered. If your credit is not good, secure a loan for the balance of the dental procedure may be difficult. Do not be discouraged if you do not have a good credit, because there are options available to help finance your dental work.

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Posted on 25 Feb 2017 | 2,380 views
How Auto Insurance Companies use Your Credit Score to Determine how Much you pay for Your Auto Insurance Rates

Insurance companies can use use drivers’ credit scores and personal credit score information to determine how much to charge for auto insurance rates.

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Posted on 24 Feb 2017 | 2,019 views
How to Raise Your Credit Score 40 Points in 24 Hours

Have you ever seen your credit score crash? Sometimes at the last minute? We’ve all been surprised by credit reports that weren’t as great as we wanted them to be. This is how to make sure your credit report is headed in the right direction, especially if your going to get a home loan mortgage in the next 30 days.

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Posted on 24 Feb 2017 | 1,420 views
Credit Card Minimum Credit Scores Needed for Store Credit Cards Requirements

Minimum FICO credit score requirements for store credit cards are different for approval from store to store. While credit card companies do not disclose their credit requirements, we can estimate credit requirements for a particular card based upon surveys of previous applicants’ experiences applying for the particular credit card.

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Posted on 22 Feb 2017 | 14,613 views
How to get Approved for a Bad Credit Home Loan

Because many lenders follow a set of approval criteria for borrowers, it’s not easy to borrow money for a home loan when you have bad credit. However, there are some important things you need to follow to get bad credit home loans.

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Posted on 22 Feb 2017 | 2,021 views
Sample Credit Letter for no Response to Follow-Up of a Dispute Letter

If it has been thirty days since you disputed a debt and you still have not received a response from the creditor and/or the credit bureau, then you should follow-up with the credit bureau as soon as possible. It is common for credit bureaus to become overwhelmed with disputes, and sometimes dispute letters get overlooked.