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QuickLoansBadCredit.org has published a guide for consumers to take credit scores into their own hands and improve them. The site shares free and effective self-help tips in order to combat bad credit to obtain better finance rates in the future.
SACRAMENTO, California, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
QuickLoansBadCredit.org announces the publication of its new credit score repair guide and complementary animated video. The guide contains effective, practical and actionable tips on how to gradually increase credit scores in order to gain more preferential mortgage rates, finance offers and a whole host of other credit related bonuses.
Although there are legitimate professional credit score advisory services on offer from some companies, QuickLoansBadCredit.org explains how many dubious firms will charge significant fees to employ the very same techniques that consumers can utilize themselves for free.
QuickLoansBadCredit.org announced the availability of the guide and video in the following official statement.
"QuickLoansBadCredit.org felt motivated to compile a guide for consumers who want to be in the driving seat of their own financial wellbeing without paying an expensive company to do the work for them. We believe that individuals with bad credit who want to improve their situations can do so by following our genuine tips, without spending an extra unnecessary dime. We invite consumers to read our guide and watch the accompanying video for free to learn how to take action."
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has ruled that consumers are entitled to obtain for free their own credit file every twelve months in order to inspect its contents. As such, the QuickLoansBadCredit.org guide highlights contacting any of the 3 credit reporting agencies the first step that consumers should take in order to assess the details of their files. In addition, the Fair Credit Report Act stipulates that TransUnion, Experian or Equifax are obliged to receive and handle any disputes or errors that a consumer finds within their credit files. Likewise, there is no charge for reporting or disputing data.
The QuickLoansBadCredit.org guide explains how individuals can implement a regimen of careful money management and strategic credit card use combined with full payment of balances each month to see the improvements to their credit scores. Consumers are advised to apply for a secured credit card in order to generate newly positive payment histories in order to rank higher than previous negative defaults.
To read the credit repair guide in full, click on: http://www.quickloansbadcredit.org/creditrepair/
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