Important FICO Information

By Fengliqing on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Have you ever tried to finance a house, car, etc….. your FICO score is extremely important! However most people who have a FICO score don’t know how the 3 credit bureaus calculate the score. I’ve done some research and I’ve uncovered some interesting information regarding our scores.

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The Case For Monetizing Your Credit

By Weisheng Min on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

What is the role of perception in understanding consumer credit behavior? Let’s explore the not so obvious. The dictionary list the meaning of perception as “The process, act, or faculty of perceiving.” Most of the decisions that are made everyday may be tied to ones own individual perception.

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Government Plans to Ban Bad Credit and Close Credit Bureaus

By Tony Smite on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Could you imagine the economic boom if the Government followed one of President Obama’s early campaign ideas and did away with bad credit? Of course, it’s a stretch to imagine this ever getting passed by the Senate and House, but what it looks like the plan was, would be to consolidate the three bureaus into one main bureau, with one score and wipe everyone’s slate clean.

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Credit Card Debt Elimination – Instead of Paying Credit Card Debt You Should Eliminate Some First

By Katie Willis on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Just because you are in a position to repay your credit card debts on time and save small amount of money every month does not mean that you should relax as far as your debts are concerned. The economy is still in recession and unemployment is still rising. Just imagine your life where you do not earn even a single cent for the next six months.

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College Tips – Using Credit Wisely When You Are in College

By News Articles Blog on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Chances are likely that – if you’re like most people – college is the first time you’ll have a credit card. Most parents don’t give their high school kids credit cards, even for emergencies, but you may have applied for one in your own name when you left for college. A credit card can actually be a good way to start building credit that you’ll need later on to buy a car or a house, but it can also be a very dangerous thing. Here are a few tips on using your credit card wisely.

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Do 0 Interest Credit Cards Really Exist?

By Richtbetba on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

There are many ways of obtaining 0 interest credit cards, but you will need to be able to decipher the good deals and offerings from the bad ones.

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How Increase Credit Score? 4 Secrets For Fast Credit Repair

By Cameron Jerrings on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

How increase credit score? Do you need a few extra credit points in order to qualify for a favorable house or auto loan? Do you want to get rid of debt and start with a clean credit slate? Contrary to the popular beliefs, fast credit is possible. The only thing you need is credit knowledge. The more you know about the inner workings of the credit system and the various loopholes in it, the better you chances to raise credit.

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Raise Credit Scores – 3 Simple Steps to a Stellar Credit

By Cameron Jerrings on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Are you trying to raise credit scores? Do you need additional 20, 50, 100 points in order to qualify for a favorable mortgage or auto loan? The importance of your credit score goes beyond. Employers, landlords, insurers and all types of creditors are pulling FICO scores when trying to evaluate applicants. A good credit score is no longer a luxury. It’s a necessity.

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Raise Credit Scores – How to Raise a Credit Score by More Than 100 Points

By Cameron Jerrings on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Are you trying to raise your credit score? Do you want to apply for a mortgage or auto loan, but fear being turned down because of your FICO? The current economic crisis has posed significant issues in front of the American public. Currently more than 35 million Americans have less than stellar credit and the number continues to increase. Employers, landlords, insurers and all types of creditors are pulling credit reports in order to evaluate applicants. The growing significance of the FICO score makes having a good credit a necessity.

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Affordable Credit Repair Solutions

By Kirby Lowery on January 30, 2010 In Uncategorized

Are you one of those persons whose credit has gone beyond your limits and you are interested in seeking credit repair solutions that are affordable? If so a number of them are available that you could try. It is highly essential nowadays to maintain a good credit rating which has become more and more difficult to maintain in the current days. If you have got into serious difficulties with your credit you could overcome this problem by seeking for affordable credit repair solutions.

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