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This application says I have a 635 credit score. My bank pulled it 2 days prior and I averaged a 790 score. I don't know where this application gets its info, but I feel like it is trying to scare me into paying for a service from them.
I think this is a very amazing app. The only thing I would really like to see is credit score tracking. Instead of only showing me my current score, present me how it changed from latest month and over the latest few years. Maybe adding reasons why my credit score changed would be a nice addition.
I'm starting to think this application is a scam. It had me enter a bunch of my information, then kept asking me questions about addresses, vehicles, and places I've worked. Then it said I was locked out for not answering the questions correctly. Yeah, right. Like I dont know the locations I've lived, the cars I've owned, or the companies I've worked for. SCAM!!!
No, this book doesn’t pretend to tell you how you can eliminate your credit card debt by paying 5 cents on the dollar or declaring bankruptcy. What it does do is provide insight into how consumer credit works and how you can manage it to your best advantage. This is info credit grantors don’t wish you to have. By keeping you ignorant, they can maximize their return mostly through charging high interest rates. This is a surprisingly informative book, treating the entire topic of consumer credit cards, rather than, for instance, purportedly showing you how to repair your credit standing. It’s the kind of book, frankly, that should be read by everyone who has a credit card, especially young people starting out. There are loads of hints here, but because things change, I suggest you check and double-check what this author says. Not because I think he was inaccurate at the time of writing, but because of changes within this industry. One thing for sure, this book provides bedrock info on consumer credit cards and is very much worth rry
The short version:If you ever have a need for credit--to buy a house, a car, or even to obtain the best insurance rates--get this book. It is worth reading even if your score is good, but absolutely obtain it if your score is not where you wish it. You will be shocked at how much you don't know, and how much cash it will save you once you do, and even the little things that you can do (or not do) that can have a large impact on your e longer version:Honestly, I wasn't expecting to like this book much, but I actually love it. Credit score? Yawn. Ours is fine. I sure don't wish to read 180 pages about it, unless I am having severe insomnia. However, as a true estate agent, I figured this would be a amazing reference book to have on hand for clients who often do have questions--from the clients who thought they would qualify to purchase a $400-450,000 home but in actuality couldn't even qualify to rent a home, to clients who have some dings on their credit score and wish to know how best to clear them up to obtain the best interest rate possible, to clients who are just under the threshold of qualifying for a mortgage and wish to know how best and quickly to be in a position to own their own first shock was just how a lot of helpful hints are on every page. Seriously, I can flip begin any page and search something interesting and relevant. When I first read the book description I thought, "Someone took what should be a booklet and fluffed it up into a book." Boy was I wrong. For instance, I have the book in front of me and at a random flip I learned that American Express re-evaluates your payment history every 45 days so if you create a late payment you are not stuck paying a much higher interest rate for years like you would with most other credit card companies. And that Explore has some ways where late payments don't count versus you at all. The next random flip explained why it is a poor idea to close credit card accounts that you never or seldom use. There are sections on student loan debt, repairing your credit after a divorce, foreclosure or bankruptcy, and establishing credit for the first time. (The latest will definitely come in handy, as my 18 year old daughter was just denied her first credit card due to a complete lack of credit score.)When I got this book, I thought it would sit quietly on my business books shelf until some engineer type client with poor credit and a lot of detailed questions came along who would really appreciate it. Now I am planning to buy several more books--one for me, one for my 18 year old, and more to pass out to every client who has valid credit score concerns. Davenport has place together a book that is so timely, interesting and chock full of useful information, I am genuinely blown away by it. Highly recommend!
We have amazing credit, so I wasn't sure what the book could do for me. However, I always like to read hints so I figured why not? I was bookmarking sticky notes all over this thing for Jim to read too. It was interesting because we we have some credit cards we save for emergencies, like when we had to leave NOLA during Katrina, but it actually turns out we should be using them, in little amounts, paying them off quickly.. instead of squirreling them away and thinking we are doing amazing not using them. We used to think closing off CC accounts would look better too, we learned not to that several years ago, but this explains why and that 7 years of amazing credit with a card is the sweet spot that will boost your s, some is fairly common knowledge, but I really think there is a lot in here that would give most people a few fresh ideas and tips. I found the explanations clear and the writing to be simple to read and understand.
I would consider myself amazing with money. I don't keep any debt, so by today's standards I'm "doing everything right" but I wanted to obtain some more insight on HOW my credit score came to be, how I hold it where I wish it, and what the most necessary aspects of my financial life impact my credit score. This book does a very amazing job explaining what a credit score is and why it is important. I already knew that, but for someone who is completely unfamiliar, it's a amazing introduction. It hits some major points of how credit scores are calculated and what they look at, but I didn't really feel like this 'pulled back the curtain' entirely. I was still left with a few questions, but that may just be the nature of the credit score Gods....if we could know all the answers, how would they maintain power?! So, for what it is, it's a amazing introduction to credit, talks about how to boost, maintain or recover, if needed. So this is amazing for anyone fresh to adulting with your money, but for someone who is already beautiful well read on investing, credit, etc. it may be a bit redundant.
This is a vine review of the free Your Score: An Insider's Secrets to Understanding, Controlling, and Protecting Your Credit Score, that I received in return for my unbiased and honest opinion on credit score is not perfect, but it isn't the worst either. It is under 650 right now> I got this book so I could gain better control of my credit score and support to build it back is book will support you understand what hurts and what helps your score, how to establish your credit if you are a newbie to it, and etc. It explains so much more and can support you understand everything about your credit score and what to do with it.I would recommend this book!
This is a amazing book on credit scores, but there is nothing unique about it. No reason that I can see to recommend this one in give you a better idea of just what this book covers, here’s a list of the contents, including the subheadings within chapters:Intro: A Cautionary Tale1: What You Don’t Know Can Damage You – What is your score?; What hurts your score and what doesn’t?; How else is your score being used?; How do you search out what your credit score is?2: What’s in Your Score? – Payment history; Amounts owed; Length of credit history; Credit mix; Fresh credit; How do I read this thing?; The scores; Identification; Summary; Payment history; Credit score information; Credit history; Inquiries; Fraud alerts3: Building the Excellent Credit Profile – The best parking spots at the mall; Be careful with these kinds of loans…; Your credit profile timeline4: Gaming the System – Fixing a mistake with the bureaus; Fixing a mistake with a creditor; Dealing with debt collectors; Your action plan5: The Five Largest Credit Mistakes and How to Avoid Them – Mistake no. 1 (not knowing your score); Mistake no. 2 (putting it off); Mistake no. 3 (underestimating negative and positive influences on your score); Mistake no. 4 (not paying attention to mix and timing of fresh credit); Mistake no. 5 (handling problems poorly)6: Preparing Your Credit Score for a Fresh Home Purchase – What side of the table are you on?; By the numbers; What to do7: The Care and Feeding of Credit Cards – The anatomy of a credit card spiral; Managing your credit card debt; Building your credit android game plan8: Protecting Your Credit Score from Identity Theft – Financial identity theft; Medical identity theft; Kid identity theft; Guarding your identity; Be careful about credit monitoring; What to do when it happens to you; How to freeze your credit; The aftermath9: The “Newbie”: Establishing Credit for the First Time – The 90-day credit slam; The slow and steady plan; Life at the other end…10: Higher Education: Navigating the School Loan Landscape – The globe of cosigners and co-borrowers11: Disaster Relief: Surviving Divorce, Foreclosure, and Bankruptcy – Dealing with a divorce; Surviving a foreclosure; Staying out of the rental trap; Digging out of a bankruptcy
I have really enjoyed reading this helps to demystify the credit industry and how it operates.I found it full of fresh shows how the industry works versus you and things you can do to improve your score.I think it is a worthwhile read. My spouse has taken it from my night stand and it is now on the other side of the d read.
The book was incredibly informative and a must buy, especially if you are in several fields such as finance, business and true estate which the advise given in this book can do wonders for your clientele. Book provided tremendous knowledge on learning how the credit scores work and ways to improve it as well. 5 Stars!
A surprisingly clear, concise and readable book. Much of this is common sense for anyone who has had credit for any length of time but I'd consider this a "must have" for young people or older persons who might not have been involved in the bills or budgeting (ie, widow(ers) etc). Nothing earth shaking or fresh but this does manage to cover most of the basics.
I purchased this book at BN (sorry Amazon) and was pleasantly surprised at how simple this book is to read, with the amount of info it contains. There is relevant info on what you need to do to support improve your credit, and a lot of insider hints to support boost and protect it. Learning about how to build your credit is a necessity if you wish to be a functioning person in today’s society who has a car, house, credit cards, ditionally, with so a lot of hackers able to search your private information, learning about how to protect your credit is a must. This book is helpful in a lot of ways and I will definitely be utilizing some of the hints on hand. It’s worth reading.
This book is a very primary explanation of credit reporting. It’s infornative if you are just getting started repairing your credit or understanding credit reports. I only gave it three stars because I bought the authors credit monitoring only to search out it is not accurate as far as showing you your current credit scores. I thought that as I was paying for it, the scores and information would be current and accurate. It is no various than the free websites like Credit Karma. I felt like I was used a small and falsely led to buy their monitoring. The other info in the book seems solid.
I consider myself a credit repair expert. As a matter of fact, I was wrong. This book is full of useful and informative material that I've never run across after my a lot of a lot of years of Googling, talking with bank loan officers/credit card companies and even through my private experience fighting crooked vehicle salesman that would add 10+ inquires to my credit despite being pre-approved for financing through a bank of my own choice. I'd recommend this book to anyone seriously interested in repairing their rtunately I have a decent six figure income, but my credit is in the low 600s. I've gone from 480 - 615 in just a year due to one poor relationship. With in my income I'm able to pay things off quickly, but I've been at the mercy of having to wait every 30 days for my creditors and lenders to report to the bureaus. I won't give away all the sauce (because I feel like you should read this book), but the section about a rapid restore is a Godsend. You won't regret reading this book.
This guy has lots of tricks for building credit!! A lot of other sources have all kinds of information about disputing items on your report and dealing with creditors, etc. This guy has all the cool hints and tricks to build credit! Amazing compliment to most of the "remove negative credit" items out there!
This book was an perfect source of info that has revealed so a lot of unknown solutions to fixing and improving my credit scores. It is an amazing read, very clear and simple to understand. I would definitely recommend this book to all my mates and family. Obtain it, you'll thank me later!
I have tried different apps that check credit scores and this application is just as good as any I have tried before. You can easily use it to determine your FICO score for purposes of accessing credit from financial institutions. The calculations from this application are quite accurate with a small margin of error. "This is a genuine sponsored review".
Lending Tree will provide you your credit score and provide detailed info of begin accounts along with how those accounts affect your credit. but honestly I feel like you can obtain that on most credit score www services today. I chose Lending Tree because there's an option to apply for private loans. Yet when I apply for a loan I'm only offered one option with a 97.6 % APR (that's not a typo) or it takes me to a page that indicates Page Not Found. I specifically downloaded this application for the option of applying for loans, unfortunately it has been unsuccessful thus far.
This application said it would "NEVER affect your credit!" . It said NOTHING about applying for credit, a loan, or a hard credit pull, or any pull for that matter!!! It place 7 hard pulls on my Experian report without my permission, never asked for my SSN, etc., and I think that is fraud and completely misleading me as to what they were doing. That is plain ugly. I thought better of Lending Tree till now and had actually liked this application till this happened!! If this isn't rectified immediately you better believe I'm making this public. It's not fair to the unsuspecting user of your application and predatory in nature. I went to Consumer Services and was amazed to see 100's of other people had the same thing happen to them. I would like you to fix this please! And after a few days, I'm surprised you haven't at least responded to me here!