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[17 Nov 2018 | No Comment | 3,132 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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[12 Nov 2018 | No Comment | 2,122 views]
5 Credit Repair Tips That Will Fix Your Credit Report and Credit Score Now!

Today having good credit reflected in your credit report is important in every financial situation you find yourself in as you probably know and knowing a few tips about credit repair can solve a lot of your credit problems. In our world credit determines just how much interest you’ll end up paying on your house, car, truck, etc.

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[11 Nov 2018 | No Comment | 1,273 views]
What is a Good Mix of Credit to Increase a Credit Score?

Having a “Good Mix of Credit” is basically ten percent of your FICO score – so what does that mean exactly? Contrary to popular belief, it does not mean that you should have an AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card. Instead it means that you should have different types of credit lines open to improve your credit score.

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[10 Nov 2018 | No Comment | 2,339 views]
5 Steps to Fix Bad Credit

Most people are aware of the importance of a good credit score. Not only is it necessary for better rates when getting loans, but the application of the credit score as a measure of how “good” someone is has been extended to employees, renters, medical positions and so on. As such, it is vital to maintain a good credit score.

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[24 Oct 2018 | One Comment | 5,577 views]
How to Remove Charge Off’s From Your Credit Report

A “Charge Off” is an accounting term that creditors use when they assume after a period of delinquency that they are not able to collect on a debt that is owed to them. Creditors write that debt off as a loss against their income taxes. Just because a debt is charged off (or written off) does not mean the debt is forgiven. The money is still owed. The creditor will usually sell or assign the debt to a collection agency or a lawyer to effect collection.