Borrowing Solutions for People with Bad Credit Standing

People with bad credit have more limited options to borrow, but there are loan providers that specialize in bad credit loans
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April 20, 2012 - PRLog -- People with bad credit have more limited options to borrow, but there are loan providers that specialize in bad credit loans. Loans for bad credit are available to borrowers who have filed a consumer proposal, declared bankruptcy, have limited exposure to credit, or have credit problems. Some companies even offer bad credit loans to the unemployed. They approve applications from people who are receiving unemployment compensation, but such borrowers usually qualify for a short-term loan. One option is to accept a full-time entry-level position in order to qualify. Another option is to offer collateral, but many loan providers still require proof of employment to make sure the loan will be paid off in full. A third option is to apply for a co-signer loan, but it is important that your co-signer has a very good or excellent credit history.

Credit cards are one alternative to bad credit loans and are available to people with poor credit. In most cases, credit card companies offer secured and prepaid credit cards to borrowers with a tarnished credit score. Many credit card issuers offer online application forms, available to borrowers who are looking for Canadian credit card applications. It takes less than 15 minutes to complete the application form. Borrowers who do not qualify for a secured credit card or a prepaid card may want to apply for a department store credit card. This type of card usually charges a very high interest rate (as high as 30 percent), but it is one option for people who seek to rebuild credit. Moreover, some department stores offer presale deals, frequent discounts, birthday coupons, cashback rewards, and discounts at other stores. Cardholders also get points toward gift certificates. Department store credit cards are often featured with a low introductory interest rate and small minimum payments. Stay away from cards with no grace period because this may be detrimental to your finances.
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