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    Pay bills on time.
    Make frequent payments.
    Ask for higher credit limits.
    Dispute credit report errors.
    Become an authorized user.
    Use a secured credit card.
    Keep credit cards open.
    Mix it up.


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    in the modern world, many organizations can give you the necessary amount of money on credit in a few hours. you do not need to fill out a large number of documents for this and spend a lot of your time. I regularly take loan on compacom.com. this organization provides good credit conditions and I am pleasantly surprised by their high-quality service. if you need money, they know how to help you


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    Building credit can be tricky. If you don’t have a credit history, it’s hard to get a loan, a credit card or even an apartment.

    But how are you supposed to show a history of responsible repayment if no one will give you credit in the first place?

    Several tools can help you establish a credit history:

    If your aim is to get a credit card, you could start with a secured credit card or co-signed card, or ask to be an authorized user on another person’s card.

    If you want to build credit without a credit card, you might try a credit-builder loan, secured loan or co-signed loan. There are also ways to use rent, phone and utility payments to build credit. Some of these ways are free, others carry a fee.


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    a suggestion that I heard recently for quickly building your credit.
    1) obtain a secured credit card (i.e. one that you have to put $500 to $1,000 into a security account to ensure you will pay)
    2) only use that card for monthly recurring charges you may have (i.e. gym membership, netflix subscription, cell phone bill, etc)
    3) calculate what the monthly amount that will be due each month (the sum of your gym, netflix, cell phone etc) and set up your bank to autopay your credit card in full each month

    This will help establish that you are a responsible borrower and pay off your bills each month. Once you can qualify for a non-secured credit card, get one, and switch over your recurring charges to that new card. Cancel the secured card and set up your bank to automatically pay your charges.

    hope that helps - cheers


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    Last edited by jeff2021; 04-28-2021 at 06:28 PM.
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    1. Take care of bills on schedule 2. Make regular installments 3. Request higher credit limits 4. Debate credit report mistakes 5. Become an approved client 6. Utilize a got credit


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