Posted on 27 Nov 2018 | 1,806 views
Tips for Improving Credit Scores

Credit scores influence nearly all things financial in your life. Banks, credit card companies and others use credit scores in deciding whether to give you a loan, how much money you can borrow and how much interest to charge you. Here’s some advice for improving your credit score:

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Posted on 10 Dec 2018 | 2,112 views
Bad Credit Auto Lender now Offers no Credit Check Auto Loans Without a Co-Signer

Many car shoppers find they are unable to get a car loan without the help of a co-signer. This is not the case anymore with the help of Complete Auto Loans. The bad credit auto lender now makes getting an auto loan easy, no matter your credit history or inability to use a co-signer.

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Posted on 9 Dec 2018 | 3,463 views
A 30 Day Late Payment can Drop Your FICO Score 60 to 110 Points

Late payments are the “biggest foul” when it comes to credit cards, warns Ben Woolsey, director of marketing and consumer research at CreditCards.com — the consequences can include late fees, jacked-up interest rates and a lower credit score.

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Posted on 8 Dec 2018 | 1,684 views
Bad Credit Auto Loan Financing Credit Score Needed for Approval

The average American credit score is 678, but there is a range of credit scores that auto loan lenders will find acceptable. You can qualify for a auto loan with a low credit score, but you may need to seek alternative lending options to do so. In order to secure a auto loan with a traditional lender, you will need to be in the medium to low-risk credit range — this credit score range includes all scores more than 650.

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Posted on 8 Dec 2018 | 1,473 views
Bank of America, Chase Bank and Others Offering Free Credit Scores for Customers in 2015

Free FICO Scores have become more available to consumers since 2013, when Fair Isaac Corporation announced its FICO Score Open Access Program, which gave banks the right to share a FICO Score with consumers. Additionally, banks claim the free FICO Scores have increased customer loyalty.

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Posted on 7 Dec 2018 | 3,247 views
Subprime Credit Card Issuer First Premier Bank APR is 79.9%

It’s no mistake, this credit card’s interest rate is 79.9 percent. The bloated annual percentage rate is how First Premier Bank, a subprime credit card issuer, is skirting new regulations intended to curb abusive practices in the industry. It’s a strategy other sub-prime card issuers could start adopting to get around the new rules.