Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Credit Repair On Your Own (part 1 of 2)

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Drop that “I can’t do this alone attitude” attitude. You can do credit repair on your own. All you need is the proper knowledge to do so. Acquiring the information is the key. You need to do some or a lot of research and studying before you tackle repairing your credits, though. The amount of time and effort you will give on this project depends on the foundation of your knowledge on credits, repair and financial management.

The first thing that you will do is get all your credit reports and study them. Credit reports are free so get as accurate report from credit bureaus. Your creditors submit these reports so you should be able to get them with no problems whatsoever. The credit bureaus will usually want copies of the same report so it would be best to make copies for yourself and do action plans using the copies. Looking at the credit reports, correct whatever entries that you think are questionable or incorrect.

This is the time to correct and clarify entries on your reports. Dates, credit limits, and the actual amount owed are the things that you should look closely and make sure that everything is correct. If you find some inconsistencies, write a letter to the creditor and credit bureaus to show that you have some problems with entries in your report. Registered mail is always the ideal situation since you will be sure that they received the letter.

Looking into your credit report, make sure that you evaluate the last 12 months at least. The credit score is determined usually from the last 12 months of your credit history. So it is important that you have made some payments on your debts last year or so to give you a better credit rating. Credit companies never like having default loans. That is why you should always come up with your creditors a doable payment plan so you won’t miss on payments. Review or get back to the original creditor instead of dealing solely with the collection company to ensure that your payment records are straight.

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