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Posted on 15 Jun 2019 | 1,909 views
Where to get Your Real Free FICO Credit Score

Where to get Your Real Free FICO Credit Score — consumers can get their first truly free credit score if they’re credit-card holders at First National Bank of Omaha or Barclaycard, two of the 10 largest issuers of credit cards in the U.S.

Free Credit Report »

Posted on 14 Jun 2019 | 1,787 views
What is my Credit Score Free Credit Score From Your Credit Card

Free credit scores from your credit card now offer free credit score checks to view your free credit scores instantly. Walmart now offers free credit scores to individuals who hold the Walmart credit card and Citi will begin in January 2015 offering free credit scores to individuals who hold the Citi credit card.

Credit Repair »

Posted on 12 Jun 2019 | 5,861 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.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2019 | 2,920 views
Do This and Don’t do That for Managing Your FICO Score

Few financial figures are as important as a credit scores. The three-digit figure has a major impact on daily life — dictating what consumers can buy, how much credit they can obtain and even where they choose to reside.

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Posted on 11 Jun 2019 | 3,804 views
How to Apply for Bad Credit — Credit Cards

If you need a credit card but have a poor credit history, don’t despair — bad credit credit cards are available that can meet most needs and this is not common knowledge. No doubt you have had people tell you that if you have bad credit, no lender will touch you but this is not the case for most people. As long as you have the income to repay the debt, lenders will usually be prepared to loan to you.