Tag: Credit Repair

Your own personal credit FAQ

Your own personal credit FAQ – I get a lot of questions at Credit Rescue Now, Where we counsel consumers about financial landscape and how to make sure their credit remains strong and sound. I thought it would be helpful…

Take care of your credit while renting

Take care of your credit while renting. People know what major financial step home ownership represents, but we often overlook the financial and credit implications of renting an apartment or home. There are some important things to consider. When renting…

Get the errant debt collector off your back

Get the errant debt collector off your back! A lot of consumers are receiving collection letters for debts they never heard of. Many times this comes from “skip tracing,” when a collector cannot find the consumers who owes them money.…

Credit is not a barrier to home ownership

Many consumers do not believe they can own a home due to their credit. I have seen consumers who thought their credit – because of past collections, tax liens or judgments – would keep them buying a house for seven…

There is life after bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a word that scares many people, and those who have already filed bankruptcy often think their life is over for the next 10 years. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Let’s start off with the most commonly…

Know the score about credit

Credit bureau scores are often called “FICO Scores” because most credit bureau scores used in the U.S. are produced from software development by Fair Isaac and Company (FICO). FICO scores are provided to lenders by major three major credit reporting…

Be proactive, track your health care bills

Over the past 24 years I have seen a very big problem consistently show up consumers’ credit reports: Many people who have had medical issues think their medical care was paid for by insurance, only to see the unpaid bills…

Keep your cool, your cards and your credit

The holidays are long past and the dust of new year has settled, but many people are still facing the familiar new hangover of elevated card balances. Many of my clients ask me this time of year, “What is the…