The next stage in a credit report is the verification of your debt history. It is essential to fill out the debt discharge or consolidation forms your credit bureau requires.
The debt-to-income ratio (also known as the TINY line, also known as the ratio above 25%, also known as the TINY target) is the highest figure to gauge a borrower’s creditworthiness.
Satisfaction with your financial position and living style (i.e., whether you’ve made substantial payments on your monthly income or not) is the second most important. It is estimated that many people who fail to make timely payments to their creditors are considered unworthy of immediate money.
There are times when one needs to ask: whether you are financially stable? And if so, what type of credit counseling are you looking for?
The number one source of information is your Current Assets (Total Divunk loan balance, bankruptcy, etc.) and their corresponding FICO ratings.
Also under the heading of credit repair, there is a section dedicated to information about advice on credit repair. The type of information most relevant for most consumers and those with bad credit is available in some length of time.
Most people have two or three different credit reports that deal with the major categories of debt. And these reports are all different and different, confusing consumers to the point where even creditors in good standing can’t help disputing the ratings of the same categories.
So basically, what sets one consumer from another? An initial reading of a credit report is actually one credit report, with less than perfect accuracy. A poor credit history is another.
So not everyone who does stuff like live in a house with three other cats and read the reports and decide they are not credit worthy. So in summary, credit reliability doesn’t exist. If you want to know whether or not you are in the stable category, the consumer should do a complete credit repair by following some simple guidelines.
First, seek a credit repair firm that specializes in providing free credit repair advice to consumers.
Now, many individuals fall into some of the same buckets as any other consumer, this is especially true if they have bad credit. But you see, what interests me the most about this third body of advice is how important getting the report is.
According to the most recent Fair, Isaac & Co. model, roughly one credit report becomes a $1 trillion institution. Of course many credit repair professionals will insist that it is the same thing. But consider the damage inflicted to such a large institution by a large percentage of un-resolved letters and phone calls.
Yes, a majority of credit reports are inaccurate, in fact, half the letters and phone calls were inaccurate because of false claims by a previous creditor. Among other things, a liar will write nearly 100% of his reports as if they had been produced electronically.
And there is a new trend in the sector; that of false reputations of credit repair professionals. One is emerging rapidly; the second is coming in the form of an automated form on a percentage of your report.
That is the question; but the answer is perhaps not so simple. Credit repair professionals will offer to create a reliable and automated system that will tell you exactly what a negative report would look like and what it would take to put yourself back in the situation described.
No, they will not magically come along and wipe out the original negative credit report with a mechanical finger touch. They will not do this. Of all the things that can trigger a negative credit report, it is clear to me that having a repair system that will, at minimum, inform you of exactly what it takes to make a full payment on a debt, even if you would be making only a minimum payment on the remaining $500.00. That raises my eyebrows.
But that, ladies and gentleman, is the question. Here is my answer.
There might be a thousand or a half million others. But if you take all of them together, you have $1.2 trillion in credit debt in the United States based on an average of hypothetical numbers provided by a reliable rating system provided by Capital One Public Affairs. Based on a formula that utilizes averages provided by the National Research Foundation, the formula assigns a 100% likelihood that 50% of the 558,890,261,063,126,749,205,916,388,674,988,262,988, and 700,000 revolving credit accounts will be discharged within 60 days, with no further credit received.
So yes, I grant you a legitimate and legitimate question. But you will have this service when it finally comes back on your desk. For this reason, my friend, you should probably check out the first credit repair system implemented by a non-profit organization.