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  • Is it possible to remove foreclosures and bankruptcies from your credit history?

    by Derek Brown

    Foreclosures and bankruptcy are two of the most important bad patches that can occur in anyone’s credit background. Now it is quite obvious that these are blemishes which most of the lenders look through with caution before they disburse any loan or credit card. Professionals can help you with resolutions … (more) November 19, 2009

  • Can credit repairing eliminate all the bad credit history?

    by Derek Brown

    The true fact is that is that it is somewhat possible to eliminate your bad credit from your past credit history. But it is a time consuming affair. The more bad patches you have in the history, the more time is required to remove all of them. Generally it takes … (more) November 19, 2009

  • How to cut down on expenditure to repair credit?

    by admin

    Before starting to cut down on your expenses, you should first review your monthly bills and look for charges that have been imposed on you unnecessarily. There are some hidden charges in your phone, cable or credit card bill. So it is important for you find them out and get … (more) November 13, 2009

  • Can I sell a major asset for credit repair?

    by admin

    Raising cash to repair your credit is a major challenge. So it would be a good idea to sell one of your major assets like car, house or land to raise the cash so that your can pay off your debts. It will not only help you to raise cash … (more) November 13, 2009

  • How to get tax refund early for credit repair?

    by admin

    While repairing your credit you have to find out ways of getting your own cash from different sources so that you can pay off your debts. Never ever borrow money to pay your debts since it will do no good to your credit woes. In fact it will deepen your … (more) November 13, 2009

  • How to do credit repair after bankruptcy?

    by Derek Brown

    Bankruptcy is the financial doom of a person who faces it. Credit repair after bankruptcy includes the most cautionary taking of debt. Credit repair after bankruptcy is a slow process. The proposals for new lines of credit are drastically reduced after a person is announced bankrupt. Credit repair after bankruptcy … (more) November 11, 2009

  • What are the basic tips of credit repair which assist in long run?

    by Derek Brown

    The fact that you need to have an outstanding credit score to make a mark in life is known. But the scenario was not the same earlier. At a point the areas for which your credit score hold key importance were banks, loan companies as well as credit card companies. … (more) November 9, 2009

  • What to do with debts?

    by Derek Brown

    It is crucial to be wise while paying off the credit card debts in order to repair the credit. Not every credit you have is bad and so keeping the accurate amount can help in improving the credit rating. So, what are you waiting for? Just spend a little time … (more) November 5, 2009

  • What is the time taken for credit repair?

    by Derek Brown

    It can be said that credit repair is a true commitment. In order to gain results, the consumer will need to spend some time cleaning the credit. One may get fooled to think that one does not have that time but if you can spend about 2 hours per month … (more) November 5, 2009

  • What are the consumer’s rights?

    by Derek Brown

    The FCRA offers the consumer the right to challenge or dispute any or all items placed on the credit report that one feels to be unverifiable, inaccurate or misleading. In case the bureau can not confirm that the details on the consumer’s report are correct, those items need to be … (more) November 5, 2009