Easy Tricks To Repairing Your Credit
A good credit score is extremely important in your everyday life. It determines whether you are approved for a loan, whether a landlord will let you lease his/her property, your spending limit for a credit card, and more. If your score is damaged, follow these tips to repair your credit and get back on the right track.
While you may be scared you will fall back into the credit card trap, avoiding the use of credit cards entirely does little to boost your credit score. Use each card for at least one purchase every month to keep the account active and reporting on your credit report. Carrying even a small balance and paying it off the next month may cost you a bit of interest, but is well worth showing your potential creditors that you make timely payments.
When trying to get your credit back in order you may deal with some not-so-friendly bill collectors. Be prepared to use the same tactics with them that they will use with you. Purchase a cheap recording device and ask the collector if you have their permission to record the conversation for reference. Even the nastiest collectors will soften and change their tune if they know their words may come back to haunt them.
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