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Car Loans With a Credit Score Below 500 – Get Yours Now

Owning your own car is not just a luxury, but it is a necessity that most people must have, including those people with bad or damaged credit. You need your car in order to get to work, go shopping, and to take your kids to school. However, there are many people out there with credit […]

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Can You Sue a Car Dealer For Excessive Hard Credit Inquiries?

I came across this question, “Can I sue a car dealer for excessive hard credit inquiries?” when reviewing search terms on my blog and thought this is a good topic for further discussion. First Of All, What Is A Hard Inquiry? There are two types of credit inquiries, hard and soft. A hard inquiry is […]

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Car Title Loans For When Your Car Breaks Down

We all know how it feels, when your car just does not sound right and you know you need to bring it into the shop, but you fear what the mechanic will say. If only you had the money, you would buy a new car. If only you had the money, to fix your car, […]

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Car Loans With a Credit Score Below 500 – Get Yours Now

Owning your own car is not just a luxury, but it is a necessity that most people must have, including those people with bad or damaged credit. You need your car in order to get to work, go shopping, and to take your kids to school. However, there are many people out there with credit […]

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A Secret Credit Score Your Car Dealer Won’t Tell You About/feed/

You’re ready to buy a new car. You’ve done all your homework. You know your three FICO credit scores. You determine that your highest FICO credit score is from Equifax (also known as your BEACON score). So, you find a car dealer who uses your highest score (which increases your opportunity to get approved at […]

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3 Credit Scores – The Importance of Getting All 3 Credit Bureau Scores/feed/

A good or bad credit score is a direct representation of you and your financial status. Your credit can also be a window into your personality. That is why some major companies nowadays have started to utilize credit reports as a basis for new hire. With this in mind, it is important to know exactly […]

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Components of Any Sensible Weight Loss Program/feed/

A day doesn’t go by without someone I run into tells me how they are trying to lose weight and get into better shape. The amazing thing about it is; for every person that has shared this goal with me seems to have a different idea on exactly how to go about losing weight and […]

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Raising Your Credit Score – Appealing and Removing Bad Information/feed/

Your credit score is a key factor taken into account when a lender is reviewing a loan application. These scores are formulated by analyzing your past credit performance, but the information gathered and included on your credit report may not be accurate. Having inaccurate data on your report can lead to lower scores and less […]

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How to Obtain A1 Credit Using Bank Loans

Bank institutions always cater to people who have very good credit and they reserve their loans for these people because they are confident that the client will pay back the loan at the specified interest rate. But if you have bad or no credit it can be difficult to get any of these loans for […]

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New Credit Card Over Limit Fee Laws – What You Don’t Know Can Still Hurt You/feed//feed/

The Credit CARD (Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure) Act of 2009 was signed into law on May 22, 2009, and took effect on in it’s entirety on Feb 22, 2010. It attempts to change some of the more unpopular policies used by credit card companies. Credit card issuers have been generating a substantial portion […]

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