Choosing the right credit card under the right circumstances can save you a lot of money over the years – if you take the right approach and make sure that your decision is based on sound financial sense and is not based on guilt and regret. Here, I will explain some of the factors that can influence if you qualify for a bankruptcy under your current credit rating.
In some cases you get an offer over the phone that will make you rich while in other cases you get a loan through credit unions or other lenders to repay your debts even if you are still in credit. If you want to be successful in bankruptcy you need to thoroughly research various credit rating agencies and find the one that is most fitting for you.
Credit bureaus will want to hear from you before they do anything. They can also request that you submit your application for an instant bankruptcy under a different name ‘secured’ bankruptcy. Secured bankruptcy usually require approval from the courts and eventually a court order so an insurance company may decide you are eligible. After you have decided on secured bankruptcy, you will have to file your bill late if you wish to get any insurance coverage and may even be responsible for an amount not covered by secured bankruptcy.
Secured bankruptcy is the bankruptcy that leaves the original creditor with the unsecured debt that was ‘borrower’ in the first place. These debts today are considered as ‘secured loans’ by many lenders and banks. If you owe something to your unpaid bills or if you didn’t make your payments on time, creditors will consider it a default and increase your interest rates. So, try to get an instant bankruptcy under a different name ‘secured loans’ to avoid different types of creditors and banks that may view you as a borrower.
So, what you want to do is to get an instant bankruptcy under a different name for your credit. One that is less complicated to understand and easier to get ahead of time with in case you are still paying late on some bills, etc.
But that is only part of what I will cover next. But before I get to it here are some tips that can help you avoid bankruptcy:
‘You do not need to keep the originals on file. Bankruptcy will not affect your originals. This is especially true under a secured bankruptcy. If it is your first time you owe money to someone else that is worth the money then the bankruptcy will not affect the original.
‘Try to get an instant bankruptcy under a different name in writing. You may want to think of them as just two separate names to reflect on the payments to your creditors and keep them separate from your original debt.
‘Do not open a new account on one of the named banks unless you have a special purpose account here. It doesn’t apply if you want to open a new loan on the original account with the same bank or its affiliates.
‘The issuer of the bank is not required to report to the credit bureaus on your original credit request, nor is it required to report any new accounts to your creditors or your companies.
Don’t worry if you don’t know where you stand because credit bureaus are still looking into your debt report and may not be able to help you. You will have to research your options and make one ‘luckier’ decision.
Choosing A Credit Rating Website
There are several credit rating websites. If you don’t go with the first one, you will get really short shrift in looking for a credit rating. You will have to look for a site that is free of hidden fees and that offers some sort of information regarding the application of a credit check. There are also sites that make it their mission to help people in crisis. What these credit looking companies cannot do, or can’t do nothing about, is offer valuable help in helping them find a good source for obtaining information and/or providing such information to help people.
Those extra few clicks and eyeballs will probably persuade you to go with your friends over to one of these sites. But again, if you go with the first site, you have to admit that it won’t do you any good to be finding that site, given the number of people that turn up with offers on the Internet that just aren’t of worth to look through and thoroughly investigate.
The key to getting something like that right is to make sure that you are looking into something that is legit. A lot of internet searches this year listed credit reports on people who had so many bills in the year before, and had to report the amounts up front. Well, not all the things on the forms are legit, and not all the results are legitimate.