Saturday, August 20, 2005

Does Your Bank Give You Bad Advice?


Are you ill advised on how to improve your credit score or on how to do your credit repair ?

It is always better to learn from trusted resources.

Well after all your bank is your friend right?

No not every time as the story in this link I am giving you today.

Bank's bad advice: Max out credit card: "It's never a good idea to max out a credit card, particularly if you have a thin or troubled credit history."

So how do you build your credit history?

If you are totally maxed out and your credit history is a bum, start with a secured credit card. Use only 30% of it at the most. That way you'll not be seen as desparate to your would be credit card vendors.


Johncy Edward
Your Trusted Credit Score/Credit Repair Guru

PS: Are you getting too many credit card offers? Do you wanna stop them? Stay right here. I'll tell you tomorrow.

Here's Something Other Companies May Also Follow:


I just read an interesting piece of info where one company in the Vending Industry offering to credit repair issues, identity theft protection, to small and medium vending operators.

This is an interesting idea as one dont find many other industries doing it.

This might be a niche where there is money.

" Over the past few years, Hanna began offering customers and prospects even more assistance with regards to credit repair issues, identity theft protection, affordable preventive legal services, health care services and other related and important services that most small to medium vending operators are unable to easily access."
Hanna Group Offers to Vending Companies credit repair issues, identity theft protection

What is in it for us?

If you are entrepreunial in nature, you may try to do that in your industry.

Otherwise be on guard for yourselves in protecting your identity theft and repairing your own credit score and bring it to a good level so that you can get that loan which still eludes you.
Johncy Edward

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