Archive for the 'Credit Score' Category
When considering your options for debt settlement there are many questions that you’ll have that need good answers before you make the decision to actually go through with the process.
You know all those bad things ….you’ve always heard about bankruptcy. Most of it is NOT TRUE….and I’ll prove it….right here…right now.Here are the Top 16 Myths your creditors want you to believe…and the reason why every one of them is NOT TRUE. Read the rest of this entry »
A credit score is a three-digit number that a bank or a financial institution uses to evaluate the credibility and the credit history of an individual. The range of the credit scores is between 300 and 850. Read the rest of this entry »
Never Shut the Shop – Never close your unused accounts, especially if you want to improve credit score after bankruptcy. A positive, long term history with a creditor even if the account is unused or inactive helps in improving and getting a good credit score. The longer you have a credit history with each creditor, the better it is going to be. Hence, chuck the idea of closing old accounts and if you have credit cards you do not use much, just keep them in a safe place and forget about it. Read the rest of this entry »
Credit cards can be a blessing when you need them, but they can also cause a number of problems if you aren’t careful. While you might be tempted to accept that latest offer popping up in your mailbox, it isn’t always the best deal. Credit card companies are experts in tricking people into cards they don’t need or even want. With that in mind, here are 5 credit card traps to avoid.
When we talk about short term credit solutions, nothing can be as good as the car loan. And there are various reasons that make this loan so useful to the common man as it is not as complicated as chemical mergers and acquisitions. The best thing about availing logbook loans is that one can easily repay their old and outstanding debts. First let us discuss the features of this loan and then we will discuss in detail how it helps in getting the best. Read the rest of this entry »
You are currently browsing the archives for the Credit Score category.