Saturday, August 24, 2013

How to Build Good Credit: The Concise Yet Complete Guide to Establishing a Sterling, Triple-A Rating

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MOST PEOPLE mistakenly think in terms of credit blemishes as being the only obstacle to enjoying all the benefits that a strong profile and high scores have to offer, including access to credit on the most favorable terms and at the lowest interest rates, which during the course of a consumer's lifetime typically translates into savings of many thousands of dollars.

But "bad" credit (credit blemishes) is actually only one obstacle. Another, less obvious, obstacle is the absence or lack of "good" credit (a positive, established credit history). And when engaging in credit "repair," consumers typically limit themselves to the purging of negative items on credit reports. 

Just as a lack of sufficient good credit can be almost as much of a handicap as bad credit, it's equally important to work on establishing good credit at the same time as purging negative items from credit reports. For one thing, positive credit entries can go a long way toward neutralizing the negative.

In this concise yet complete guide to building good credit, you get the inside scoop from a former credit counselor and consumer advocate who's been researching this area for more than 25 years. Learn the proven, practical, nuts-and-bolts techniques that banks and credit bureaus don't want you to know, some of which are likely to surprise you.

Though establishing good credit as a whole is not an overnight process, there are certain techniques that can be used to build good credit literally overnight. If you're one of the many who lack a well-developed credit history, you need this handy guidebook, which will pay for itself more than a thousand fold, in the months and years ahead. For order information, click here.