Credit Repair Letters »

Posted on 7 Jan 2019 | 13,916 views
Remove a Foreclosure From Your Credit Report by Validating the Debt Sample Letter

A home Foreclosure will stay on your credit report for seven years. This can make it difficult for you to purchase big-ticket items such as a car or a house if you cannot afford to pay cash. However, if your foreclosure was unjustly executed, or the institution that provided your mortgage is not fairly reporting your credit, there are steps you can take to have the foreclosure removed early.

Credit Repair Letters »

Posted on 7 Jan 2019 | 13,465 views
Credit Report Dispute Letter to Remove Inaccurate, Erroneous, Outdated, Misleading or Unverifiable Information

Any information that is inaccurate should be corrected so that potential creditors, employers, insurance companies and other organizations see an accurate picture of our credit profile when they request copies of our personal credit reports.

Fico Scores »

Posted on 6 Jan 2019 | 2,196 views
Bad Credit Home Mortgage Loans Minimum FICO Credit Score Requirements Needed for Approval

The future of your mortgage loan and the ownership of the home you have in mind depends on your three-digit credit score. Keep in mind that the minimum FICO credit score you need to get a mortgage loan is ultimately the decision of your individual lender.

Fico Scores »

Posted on 6 Jan 2019 | 1,842 views
How Free Credit Scores and Free Credit Reports are Calculated

Wells Fargo and Discover Card say they now provide free credit scores along with Barclaycard and First Bankcard — financial monitoring website, CreditKarma, touts that you can get your credit scores online in minutes — others now offering free scores include the online credit-educational sites Credit.com, Quizzle and CreditSesame.

Free Credit Report »

Posted on 4 Jan 2019 | 3,111 views
Wells Fargo Credit Report Promotion Returns in 2015

Wells Fargo in 2015 should become one of the major credit card issuer to provide Free FICO Credit Scores to customers every month. Bank of America and Chase Bank have said that they’re considering doing the same — giving free credit scores to customers.