Watch those credit card balances. Eliminate credit card balances. Leave old debt on your report. Use your calendar. Pay bills on time. Don't hint at ...
Watch those credit card balances.
Eliminate credit card balances.
Leave old debt on your [...]
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Your name (including any previously known names), address, date of birth, employment. It also has a list of recent and past providers you have applied for finance with. Some of these can include: banks, phone companies, gas and electricity providers [...]
No. Companies will state that they will “update” your credit file when you pay the account but this is only updating the status to “PAID” not removing the default. Once a listing is made it will be recorded on your file [...]
A default is also known as an overdue account and is a type of negative listing (black mark). If you have an overdue account, this can be reported on your file. If the overdue account is $150 or more and more than 60 days overdue, it can be [...]
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