101 Powerful Tips for Legally Improving Your Credit Score.
Does this scenario sound familiar to you the last time you applied for a loan?
They’re smiling but they don’t trust you.
A polite nod here, a chuckle there. Meanwhile they’re anxiously waiting for your credit report. You know it hurt your chances of getting the loan when you had to admit to some small financial mistakes in the past.
As you leave the office with that sick feeling telling you you’ve already lost, they state the inevitable, “We’ll let you know.”
Less than perfect credit is not a permanent situation. If you’ve made financial mistakes in the past (and who hasn’t), it’s not too late to start repairing your credit today. When you know the little tips and tricks you can use to convince the credit bureau’s your trust worthy…
…you can leave the loan officer’s chair confident that the deal will have a happy ending. It’s all about knowing how to play the credit game. And you can play the game like a master with…
Within my 50 page guide, “101 Legitimate Tips For Boosting Your Credit Score,” I’ll teach you exactly how the credit bureau’s do their business. I’ll teach you how to regain their trust step by step, and even show you a few simple tricks for being financially responsible.
You can download my guide straight to your computer in minutes. Once you do, the tips and tricks inside will blow your mind…
…here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:
- What’s a good credit score? And at what score should I start to be worried. (Page 4)
- Even if you pay all your bills on time, you may still have marks against your credit. See why here. (Pages 4-5)
- 3 top credit agencies and how to keep tabs on them. (Page 5)
- 4 ways the credit bureau’s look at your lending history – and how important each view is. (Pages 6-7)
- 3 ways to boost your credit score (and it’s not just paying your bills). (Pages 7-8)
- 10 steps to protecting your identity from thieves who may destroy your credit on their joyride across the country. (Page 9)
- 4 steps to take right away if you think you’ve been a victim of identity theft. It may not be too late. (Pages 11-12)
- 5 common credit mistakes you may commit if you don’t know about them in advance. (Pages 12-14)
- How not having any debts may actually hurt your credit score. (Page 14)
- How to dispute bad marks on your credit report. (Page 15)
- After you contact the credit bureau about an error in your credit report, make sure you contact these people next. (Page 16)
- The truth about “free credit reports” online. (Page 17)
- 3 ways to start building up trust after a major credit disaster. (Pages 17-18)
- When to consider declaring bankruptcy. (Page 21)
- 5 organizations that can help you when you’re in over your head. (Pages 22-23)
- When you should fear credit repair companies. (Pages 23)
- 6 common scams some credit repair companies try and pull. (Pages 24-25)
- How to use your bank as an ally in your fight against bad credit. (Page 25)
- 5 ways to curb your spending habit. (Page 27)
- How to automatically cut down on your spending without beating yourself up. (Page 28)
- 6 ideas for adding extra dollars to your monthly income. (Page 29)
- 4 steps to preparing ahead of time for financial emergencies. (Pages 29-30)
- The secret to changing the way you think about money. (Page 31)
- 7 most common reasons why credit scores are lowered. (Pages 31-32)
- 3 reasons why change in your life is not always a good thing. (Pages 32-33)
- How a simple phone call may help out your credit. (Pages 33-34)
- When a “late fee” is easily waived. (Page 34)
- The secret to setting short-term goals to repair your credit yourself. (Page 35)
- When seemingly small differences in credit scores can have a huge impact on the interest you pay. (Page 36)
- How to set your finances on autopilot. (Pages 36-37)
- When refinancing is the best option. (Page 37)
- What you should always know before talking to a lender. (Page 38)
- How to encourage a potential lender to look at you instead of your credit rating. (Page 38)
- How to make paying your bills easier on yourself. (Pages 39-40)
- How you can take advantage of being a student while trying to repair your credit. (Page 41)
- The secret to handling student loans (and when you may be able to award yourself a six month grace period on paying your bills). (Pages 42-43)
- When to take out a loan to repay your debts. (Page 44)
- Which “cash advance” agencies to stay away from (or you risk destroying your credit). (Page 45)
- 6 ways to handle the stress of being in debt. (Pages 46-48)
- And there’s MUCH more – guaranteed!
It’s Not Too Late To Build A Credit Rating You Can Be Proud Of!