Hello, my name is Steve Gangey. I am the Founder of Austin Credit Group. Since 2010 I have been helping people Raise their credit scores and eliminate debt. This video asks several questions that have been addressed by this business.
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PART OF OUR “PATH TWO” TO CREDIT SCORE BUILDING Understanding these two basic rules will go a long way toward raising your credit scores. Balances on Revolving Credit Accounts are reported only once a month, and it isn’t random. What ever the balance is on the account the day after the Statement Closing Date is … [Read more…]
The rule is that you can have up to three-inquiries in a 25-month period without it affecting your credit score. Inquiries more than three can affect you score 3-5 points for each one over the three; and I don’t know which bureau is which! Good news is …
Which is best path for you? Even I can’t advise you on an appropriate path until I look at your overall financial and credit situation.
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Most collection companies buy debt on a spreadsheet, but not the debt.
So your collection company claims they bought the debt. Here’s what you need to know.
Installment Credit builds a foundation for your score. Revolving Credit can have a dramatic affect on credit scores both positive and negative on a monthly basis.
The industry is pretty tight-lipped about the specifics in their algorithms, but this article gives you a basic understanding of what and how activity can affect your credit scores.
Why do some deleted items show up again on my Credit Reports? Utility Bills have a different set of rules than other consumer credit.