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[15 Aug 2019 | No Comment | 5,291 views]
7 Steps After Bankruptcy to Increasing Your Credit Score

There are many advantages to having a good credit score. Qualifying for lower interest rates, ability to get approved for loans and lines of credit, and paying less on loans for items such as homes and automobiles to name a few.

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[14 Aug 2019 | 2 Comments | 8,970 views]
Bad Credit Loans for a Bad Credit Score

Many people are not aware of bad credit loans and they are usually given to people with┬ábad credit ratings — people also believe that once their credit score is bad, their options of getting a loan are finished. Many of them believe that it is impossible to get a loan if you have a poor score on your credit ratings.

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[13 Aug 2019 | One Comment | 6,256 views]
Credit Repair Your Credit Report With a Secured Credit Card

If you have been using credit irresponsibly and finally decided to do something about it, you can start by getting a few secured credit cards to rebuild your credit history.

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[8 Aug 2019 | No Comment | 2,175 views]
Wells Fargo Lowering Credit Standards and Credit Scores for Home Mortgages

U.S. banks are easing credit standards in search of a safe and profitable middle ground after an era of reckless home lending gave way to the stiffest rules in decades, putting a damper on the housing recovery. Wells Fargo (WFC) & Co., the biggest U.S. home lender, two weeks ago cut its minimum credit score for borrowers of Fannie Mae-and Freddie Mac-backed loans to 620 from 660.

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[5 Aug 2019 | One Comment | 3,803 views]
What to do if You are a Victim of Identity Theft

If you find yourself a victim of identity theft, you can take some steps to minimize the damage and protect yourself against future theft in the process. It’s important to react as soon as you discover that a theft has taken place, so that thieves don’t have more time than necessary to completely destroy your finances or cause you a lot of problems.