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Learn what Credit card piggybacking is and why its the best, fastest and most efficient way to boost your credit score

A 750 credit score is an achievable goal, and it can open unexpected doors, too. Besides the obvious perks of easy financing and lower interest rates, there are additional benefits to enjoy. Maintaining a credit score of 750 and above can save you a ton of money in many ways. It gives you negotiating power, […]

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Several key factors influence a consumer’s credit score: payment history, credit usage rate, length of credit history, total debt and credit, and recent credit inquiries, among others. While a credit score of 650 is considered fair, and almost good, it indicates inconsistent payment history and a likelihood of future delinquency. An improved credit score of […]

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American Debt and What You Owe

American Debt and What You Owe Americans are in debt. While not every adult in the U.S. has credit cards, loans, or other types of debt to pay off, the number of people and amount of debt is growing. If you are in debt, you are not alone in this. Look at the common types […]

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FICO® is known for revising its credit scoring criteria every now again, factoring in the ever-evolving credit landscape and varying consumer behaviors to improve its credit score accuracy. Back in January 2009, FICO® (formerly known as Fair Isaac Corporation) introduced FICO® 8. Authorized users may be aware that some of the changes under the new […]

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One of the most challenging financial roadblocks for individuals hoping to qualify for credit loans is being weighed down by poor or non-existent credit. It is not a situation that is easily rectified without some help.

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Federal Reserve officials are suggesting they’ll increase interest rates by the end of the year. However, a new chairman taking the helm in early 2018 could shift current policy. Consumers working to improve their credit scores should understand what’s going on and how policy changes could directly affect them. A little background During the financial […]

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A low credit score can make your life more difficult at every turn. You will be charged higher interest rates on outstanding credit card balances; credit and loan applications might be summarily rejected; utility companies may force you to put down a deposit; you may find it difficult to rent an apartment; and you might […]

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While this business model WAS considered to reside in a legal “gray” area, the fact is simply that a lot of banks and mortgage lending institutions are upset with it because our service gives power back to the people needing a second chance to give themselves a better financial future. Furthermore, the Federal Trade Commission […]

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“Fair Isaac has decided to include consideration of authorized user tradelines present on the credit report in the FICO 08 model,” Tom Quinn – VP, Fair Isaac Corp. Read FICO’s full testimony given to a Congressional subcommittee focused on credit education. This is the one they are desperately trying to hide…CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY. BoostMyScore lets you piggyback off […]

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Denver – October 21st, 2009 – In an apparent attempt to frighten the general public away from boosting their credit score through an effective method known as credit “piggybacking”, the Fair Isaac Corporation (commonly known as FICO®) has released confusing and conflicting information to the public over the last two years, to include announcements of […]

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