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Based on the information in your credit report, lenders calculate your credit score so they can assess the risk you pose to them before they decide whether they will give you credit. The higher your score, the less risk you pose to creditors.
A credit report contains information on where a person works and lives, how they pay their bills, and whether they’ve been sued, arrested, or filed for bankruptcy. The Consumer Reporting Agencies gather this information and sell it to creditors, employers, insurers, and others for purposes of profiling each individual who has a Credit Report with their […]
By monitoring daily or monthly activities is something unheard of by most people. It’s because staying in the dark is what the default option generally is. But if you want the light to shine, you might as well “just do it” and start monitoring your credit report so you know what is going on when […]
If your car is mis-aligned, your car will drive wobbly and not take you where you need to go in a comfortable and smooth fashion. Just like a credit report. Having items listed that aren’t aligned with you need to be fixed so that the report can be aligned and tailored to reflect your actual […]
If I knew the errors on my report, I wouldn’t waste any time waiting until those errors vanish away on their own. That’s not going to happen by the way. So, the longer I wait, the longer I take to build my credit to a proper level that reflects my actual credit. There’s no way […]
The simplest ways to improve your credit score is by leasing a vehicle or financing a vehicle or having some type of a credit loan. This will increase your credit score since you will be building your history of paying responsibly. But, if you have a problem with your score and you need to increase […]
Not only do you know what you have on your credit report, but you get to get down to the details of what is in the report including accuracy, score, credit available, loans, open credit cards, closed credit cards, loans paid off, public records, liens and more about general confidence with your overall status. This […]