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[23 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 2,768 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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[22 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 13,278 views]
*Credit Score Needed for a JCPenney® Rewards Credit Card*

The JCPenney® Rewards Credit Card, operated by GE Money Bank, is a rewards card for J.C. Penney® customers. Cardholder benefits may include special discounts and exclusive savings, sneak peeks of sales and events, JCP Rewards program, monthly rewards certificates, and the opportunity to earn Gold/Platinum Rewards Credit card status.

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[18 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 2,252 views]
Why Does my Credit Score Keep Going Down?

The only thing worse than getting a nasty surprise is getting a nasty surprise about your finances. For instance, you check your credit score and discover it’s much lower than you anticipated. You wonder, “What went wrong?”

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[13 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 2,127 views]
Can I File Bankruptcy on Credit Cards Only?

You can file bankruptcy on just credit cards — you must list all of your credit cards and all of your debts when you file bankruptcy. Some people have gotten the wrong idea that bankruptcy help is no longer available for credit cards, medical bills or other categories of bills. The credit card industry spent millions of dollars promoting an anti-debtor message, which resulted in the passage of the pro-creditor bankruptcy amendments, BAPCPA — the myth grew with all the media stories about the law changes.

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[12 Dec 2019 | 2 Comments | 5,054 views]
Secured Credit Card for Credit Score Rebuilding

Secured credit cards are great for establishing or rebuilding your credit history. Unlike prepaid cards, secured credit cards give you a credit line, and your payment activity will be reported to the major consumer reporting agencies.