Monthly Archives: October 2011

Knowing the 3 different credit bureaus..

Knowing the three different credit bureaus‚Ķ There are three primary credit bureaus in the United States: Experian, Equifax, and Trans Union. Each bureau receives information from different organizations, and each has its own algorithm for determining credit scores. That being … Continue reading

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Personal Debt at an all-time HIGH

With personal debt at an all-time high, a number of individuals have found that they have overextended themselves and have become immersed in debt. As their debt grows, they can’t help but get more and more behind and their credit … Continue reading

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FRAUD ALERTS

While fraud alerts can protect you from identity theft, the convenience of instant credit authorization becomes a thing of the past. Unless you are available by phone to confirm your credit application, you may have to wait a day or … Continue reading

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Remove Tax Lien Accounts

Remove Tax Lien Accounts – Do you have tax lien accounts on your credit report? By removing tax lien accounts from your credit report, you can increase your credit score and save money on interest rate. As you know; removing … Continue reading

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When a Collections Company Calls

  A charge off is one of the worst things that can appear on a person‚Äôs credit report. A debt that has been ‚Äúcharged off‚ÄĚ is one that has been deemed uncollectible by a creditor (usually more than 180 days … Continue reading

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