Rest assured ustradelines.com guarantees that our seasoned authorized user primary tradelines available for sale will post to your credit report. If for some reason an authorized user tradeline does not post to your credit report, we will refund your payment. All our tradelines are extremely reliable and we have never had a tradeline not post to a client’s credit report. We are able to achieve this distinction by testing our tradelines before we present it to the public.
Plus, the length of your credit history makes up 15% of your FICO score. As the average age of your credit accounts lengthens, your score benefits. "You won't max out in that category until you've had credit for decades," says Ulzheimer, who didn't see his own score hit 850 with regularity until he'd had credit accounts for about 25 years. According to FICO, consumers with scores of 800 or higher have an average account age of 11 years, and their oldest account was opened 25 years ago.
Length of credit history (15%): The length of your credit history can work in your favor, especially if you've paid your bills consistently over time. This is the one category where older consumers have an advantage over their younger counterparts, as someone with 10 years of timely payments might be a more ideal loan candidate than someone with only one year of accounts under his or her belt.
Only then will your credit truly start improving. If asking how to improve credit score quickly, adding tradelines or some other form of positive data is the only way. By doing this, you can cut nearly a year or longer off of building your score to the approvable range, and many times far beyond that. Tradelines come in two different varieties, installment and revolving. Installment can be auto, mortgage, student loans, and personal loans. These are collateralized and do no impact credit as much as revolving lines do. Since there is no collateral with revolving tradelines, they are unsecured–in that sense they are a form of signature loan akin to “I owe you in good faith,” and can count for a much as 70% of the credit score, which is why revolving tradelines are the best answer to “How to improve Credit Scores?” there is.
The trade line will also contain particular account milestones, such as the date the credit was extended, the credit limit, the payment history, all levels of delinquency if any missed payments have occurred, and the total amount owed as of the last report. If a consumer closes an account, that account will typically remain on his or her credit report as a trade line for seven years, though in some cases they can go away sooner.
Kenneth, Thanks for reaching out to us! I always recommend addressing negative content before engaging in tradeline services. That being said, the specifics of the negative content on the reports can make things murky (i.e. collections that are reporting as paid, charge off accounts reporting as settled, etc.). Check out the post on our forum for some insight: https://superiortradelines.com/forum/credit-repair-before-tradelines/ (especially before purchasing tradelines for sale). Give me a call at 407-476-1357 to discuss further, or email me at [email protected] so that we can figure out what would be the best approach for you and your credit goals.
You may, on your own, notify a credit bureau in writing that you dispute the accuracy of information in your credit file. The credit bureau must then reinvestigate and modify or remove inaccurate or incomplete information. The credit bureau may not charge any fee for this service. Any pertinent information and copies of all documents you have concerning an error should be given to the credit bureau.
That depends what is in your credit files and the authorized user accounts you’ll be adding to your credit reports. This is why it’s important to let us help you select the appropriate credit trade lines. By the allowing us to assist you with your selection of we can make sure you select the right accounts that you need to help you achieve your goals.
You can get your credit report from each of the three major reporting agencies—Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion—for free once a year at annualcreditreport.com. But credit reports don’t include your actual credit score—you usually have to pay for those. However, I recently joined Credit Karma, at creditkarma.com, where you can actually get it for free!
If you are unsure if tradelines are right for you, please do your research first. We don’t want to sell anyone a product they don’t need. Google is very helpful on this subject. We’ve seen scores go up dramatically enough to know they work – and quickly – for the right people. Of course, the more negative items you have on your report, the more there is to overcome. For those with just a few negative items, but not much positive accounts yet, tradelines can make a dramatic difference. Contact us (below) to get a list of tradelines: we offer, you decide – no up-sell (no other products!) and no hard-sell (we have no problem keeping our lines in use).