Improving Your Credit – From A-Z
Improving Your Credit Can Be Easy!
No really it can. All you have to do is watch the video above, and let those guys do all the work for you. Before that service improving your credit was not an easy task. Trust me I know!
I bought books, online courses, I even bought that info-commercial that teaches you how to write your own dispute letter and fix your credit yourself. None of that stuff works.
Those credit agencies could care less. Improving your credit can be done, you just have to have faith. In the video above I show over 60 items that have been deleted from my credit report! I kid you not, how’s that for improving your credit. I went from a low 500 score to a high 700 withing a 6-month time frame. It really is that easy. At least check out their free consultation, it’s very worth it. I don’t think you will find another human being with as credit as bad I mine.
Simple steps for improving your credit!
Now I’m going to assume you took the first step to improving your credit and you did watch that video I had above. I worked really hard on those videos, had to spread the word. Now, lets just say that you have got credit repair under control. What can you do to start improving your credit?
Too many cards: Look at all of your cards, if you’ve got more then 5, lets start closing some accounts. If there is a balance pay it off, and get it closed.
Open Balances: If you have any credit cards with open balances, close them. Available credit is a bad thing from the eyes of your creditors, it affects your score too.
Pay Ontime: A very vital step to improving your credit, is making sure you pay your bills in a timely manner. If at all possible, pay them early
Pay More Than Minimum: I know you like to hold on to your money, however improving your credit requires that you pay more then the minimum due. If the minimum due is $25 then pay $30. It makes a difference
Never Max Out: Never ever max out your card. Be sure to never be over your limit. It not only costs you money, but it also hits your credit. Keep under those limits. You have to be responsible.
Last Step to Improving Your Credit
This is one that is often overlooked. If you have decided to take my advice and watch that video above then your in good shape. If not you really need to start monitoring your credit reports, and least every six months.
You would be very surprised how many items have hit my credit report that did not belong to me. This is the biggest step to improving your credit. Get rid of the items that never belonged to you in the first place.
Alright, on that note I’m going to leave you with the link for the service in that video. If you want solid proof I suggest you check out that video for yourself, and witness over 60 items that have been deleted from my report.