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Is it possible to raise your credit score by 100 points in less than 18 months - HOW can it be done?
Golden Financial Services Complaints, Reviews, Testimonials and GREAT WAYS to RAISE CREDIT SCORE. Many consumers ask "help me get out of debt" - Golden Financial Services has your debt solutions and free information!
By: Sammy Katherine
Golden Financial Services is known as the premier debt relief company in America currently, practicing debt relief options for a decade now. Golden Financial Services has helped over 40,000 consumers and still maintains an A Rating with 0 unresolved customer complaints at the Better Business Bureau website. http://www.goldenfs.org/
The purpose of this article is to provide basic information on ways to raise your credit score. Golden Financial Services says that clients have raised their credit scores by up to 100 points in 18 months. Let’s take a look at ways to raise credit score fast! We will also take a look at reliable sources to check out if a company has complaints and all their reviews.
You could have just graduated a debt settlement program, you could have just graduated high school and have no credit, you could have declared bankruptcy 10 years ago and are now ready to raise your credit score. Whatever the case is, it’s time to build credit!
First you may need to go to a bank and apply for a secured credit card. This is a guaranteed way of getting a credit card. Before getting a secured credit card, the bank will probably try to see if you qualify for an unsecured credit card. If you qualify for an unsecured credit card, then even better! If you do not qualify for an unsecured credit card then start with a secured credit card. Regardless of if you start with a secured or unsecured credit card, you need to start establishing good payment history. Tips on how to improve your financial health and achieve credit card debt relief can be read at: http://www.goldenfs.org/
Once you activate your credit card, go buy gas and fill your tank up with your new credit card. Do that 1 time every 2 weeks. When the bill comes at the end of the month, pay the ENTIRE BALANCE OFF, which should be easy since your balance will never exceed $200. Continue doing this for 6 months. After 6 months on this path, request to the bank that you want your secured credit card, to be an unsecured credit card, or if you already have an unsecured credit card then request that the bank raise your limit. As you continue to have good payment history, continue requesting that the bank raise your limit. Do NOT spend more as your limits increase. The entire point of this is to build credit, not debt.
After 6 months of having perfect payment history on your first credit card and after having your limit raised on your first credit card, now you can apply for a 2nd card. Spend no more than $50 each month on that 2nd card and when the bill comes, PAY IT OFF IN FULL! Continue on this path and your credit score will continue to rise. Eventually open a 3rd credit card and maybe even a 4th credit card to help really improve your credit score. There are many ways to build credit, but following this path will be a guaranteed way to build credit.
Be careful when visiting complaint boards and different business complaint sites on Google. Most of these complaint board sites are sites that anyone can visit and make complaints on a company at. There is no justice system on these sites. There are many complaints board type sites that look to capture an audience online, solely for the reason of building their website up to be a powerful website where they can charge other business owners to advertise on their site. Stick to the bbb site when researching companies. All you need to see is how many years a company has been in business, if they have unresolved complaints, what their rating is and always ask if they have any testimonials that you can see. Here is a latest testimonial received at Golden Financial Services from a debt settlement client that graduated.
Page Updated Last on: Oct 28, 2012