Best Credit Repair E-Learning 2022 Fix Your Own Credit For Free


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section 1: credit repair course intro

Good credit is critical. Banks won’t give you a loan if you have a bad credit score. Credit card companies will reject you and insurance companies may charge you a higher rate. If you have a low credit score, the utility company may require a security deposit before they’ll turn anything on. Unfortunately, it’s pretty easy to hurt your credit score.

Section 1: Credit repair course intro

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section 2: Understanding your credit score

Before you can begin to repair your credit score, it’s important to understand what factors affect it. Many people don’t realize that there are a number of specific things that affect your overall credit score. If you don’t pay attention to all of them, you can unknowingly hurt your score.

section 2: understanding your credit score

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Section 3 step 1: Examining your credit report

The first step in repairing your credit is to know exactly what’s on your credit report. Your credit report contains everything that affects your credit score, including all the things pulling your score down.

section 3 step 1: examining your credit report

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section 3 step 2: disputing credit errors

The next step in repairing your credit is disputing any errors on your report. If you think that any information on the credit report is incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to dispute it. Credit disputes can be made online, by phone, or through the mail. You should receive instructions about how to file a dispute when you order your credit report.

section 3 step 2: disputing credit errors

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section 3 step 3: past due accounts

The biggest factor in your credit score is your payment history, making up 35%. This means that if you have multiple past due accounts, your credit score will significantly suffer.

section 3 step 3: past due accounts

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section 3 step 4: bring down high balances

After your payment history, your credit utilization is the second highest factor in your overall credit score (about 30% of the total). Remember, credit utilization is the percentage of available credit you’ve used. For example, if you have $5,000 in available credit and you have a total balance of $2,500, your credit utilization is 50%.

section 3 step 4: bring down high balances

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section 3 step 5: build new credit

When it comes to repairing your credit, there are two sides of the coin. On the one side, you want to eliminate as much negative information as possible. This is why you tackle things like past due accounts and high credit balances.

section 3 step 5: build new credit

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section 4: other tips for building solid credit

Other Tips For Building Solid Credit: In addition to getting a new credit card and using it to build up your credit, there are a number of other specific tactics you can use to raise your credit score.

section 4: other tips for building solid credit

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section 5: Healthy financial behaviors

In addition to knowing how to repair and build your credit, it’s also important to implement healthy financial behaviors. If you don’t have healthy financial behaviors, you’ll end up sabotaging your efforts to repair your credit. Keep these items in mind as you continue to build your credit score.

section 5: Healthy financial behaviors

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section 6: be persistent be patient

Rebuilding your credit is a process that requires persistence and patience. You must work persistently to dispute incorrect information, catch up on past due accounts, pay down high credit balances, and build new credit. If you’re not willing to put in the persistent work, your credit simply won’t improve.

section 6: be persistent be patient

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