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Credit Repair Tips

Are you credit worthy?

Some may look at you in a very confident way and say, “Yes. I am.” Some may look at the sky, quite unsure of what to answer. Others may respond by airing out yet another question, “Can you repeat the question, please?” A few would turn ghastly pale and anxious upon hearing you blurt the question out.

But no matter how you make them spew out an honest-to-goodness response, you just can’t. The best way to ascertain one’s financial or credit standing is by way of subjecting the person to a statistical technique called credit score rating. This profiling specifically determines one’s capacity to pay back the money he or she borrowed within a specified length of time. All information which pertains to one’s credit payment history, current debts, credit type criteria, credit applications and other pertinent credit credentials will then be compiled and digested to reflect a credit score rating. This score rating then verifies your financial merits to apply for a loan or credit. If you are able to get hold of a high score, you could acquire a loan at a lower interest rate. Low score renders the person as a risky borrower. He or she then gets a loan at a much higher interest rate. At some point, one with a very poor credit standing can be rejected to obtain one. But this doesn’t mean that you are totally banned from the lending field, it’s just that you might need to make a few good adjustments to improve your credit status, and by way of doing this means you have to take the rigorous process of repairing your credit profile.


Being denied of your most awaited loan application has two sides -the good and the bad aspects. You could take it as a curse or take it the other way, which is a blessing in disguise. If you would consider the latter, you would let it sink in, acknowledge the fact that you’re in a serious fix and later on decide on a particular course of action to remedy your current plight.


Once you have all the information with you, get a rundown of pertinent information/details that might have caused your dissatisfaction rating. You could check for false information, unadjusted payments on your payment history, and discrepancies on your personal information and the likes. Should you find one, immediately address it by creating a dispute letter. Under Federal Consumer Rights Act, you, the information provider, and the reporting agency both have the right to call out corrections and check for inconsistencies in the submitted credit reports.


Make a thorough list of your debt history. Clearing it out for once makes a more comprehensible representation of what you need to accomplish. Documenting all your payments against your income would help you determine areas that need immediate fine-tuning. By fine-tuning, this particularly means sections of your lifestyle that needs tweaking.


Religiously set aside a substantial figure. Cutting unnecessary costs in order to pay for these dues is one practical way that leads to beneficial results in the end. A little sacrifice here and there will get you to what you are aiming for– a respectable credit standing.


Better pay up than leave all your obligations hanging in mid-air. Your creditor would later on be pleased and even thank you for making a courageous stand to settle things instead of evading your responsibility.