• Avoiding Bad Credit Scores

    Personal bankruptcy filings have been continuously increasing in America since 2009. According to The National Bankruptcy Research Center, the number had reached 1,407,788 which is about 32% increase more than 2008. It cannot be denied that many people are struggling with their financial stability nowadays. That is why; many financial firms have gone to business that offers services to aid you with your unique financial situations. Financial firms like lending investors and even banks can lend you money with low interest rates.

    Whether you are dreaming to purchase a new car, having your home renovated or simply wanted to spend a vacation with your loved ones, these financial firms can provide you with the money you need through personal loan.

    This may sound good to you, but don’t just immediately jump out from your seat and apply for a personal loan right away. There are few things you need to consider before you jump right in. First, take some time to know and understand the difference between secured, unsecured, variable and fixed loans and decide what type of loan you want to apply to. Second, calculate on how much you can afford to make in repayments, you don’t want to end up with bad credit scores or more collections accounts right? And lastly, think of the terms on how long it will take you to pay it off, do want to pay it on a weekly or monthly basis?

    Once you got approved, always note your due date and pay your bills on time. If you are using a credit card, don’t let your purchases get too close to your credit limits and pay your bills in full if you can or pay 10 bucks more than the minimum. Paying just the minimum required payment can trap you into an increasing debt and this can lead to bad credit. Let’s not take “discrepancies” for granted as this can happen to anyone, so it is best advised to check your credit score at least once a year to immediately address erroneous charges if there might be any. Or keep track by monitoring them daily, there are services that can do it for you.

    Your credit score depends on you. As long as you are cautious and careful with all your purchases and repayments, bad credit scores can always be avoided.

    Let us help you get back on track, call us today!

    1 Comment

    • 1. Nov 22 2011 7:14PM by jackmichel

      Its much useful infromation that gives me the idea to make ma credit socre better... and i am sure it will work.

It's your right to have accurate information on your credit report!





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