Tag Archives: removing negative items

10 Top Tips for Credit Score Improvement

Your credit score might not be on your mind all the time, but it can seriously affect you in ways you may not realize. Your score plays a role in determining if you are accepted for mortgages, and it determines what rate you pay for insurance and interest. It can even play a part in […]

7 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Credit Score

Lenders will use your credit score to determine how much of a risk you are. Most consumers will have three credit scores, and these come from TransUnion. Experian and Equifax. These three main credit bureaus track your credit information and give lenders a report to look over, and determine how risky it is to lend […]

Your Path to a Better Credit Score

Most Americans have a credit score of around 625, and that’s a long way from perfection. If yours is less than perfect, you can take steps to improve it. Having a low credit score can ensure you miss out on some great financial opportunities. Low scores mean high interest rates, higher insurance rates and fewer […]

How We Legally Removed 1 Million Dollars In Tax Liens In 7 Days

At Approved Credit Score, we help change lives by challenging negative items on our clients’ reports, and improving their scores in as little as 7 days. If you’re in need of some happy-ending stories to inspire you to take the first step, you’ll want to check out this video. Some of the highlights include: Legally […]

Removing Hard Inquiries

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When applying for a mortgage, or auto loan, it’s not unusual for the agent, or car salesman, to lodge dozens of hard inquiries to get you approved. This is because their main goal is to sell you a house, or car, not to help you. Too many hard inquiries lodged on your report within a […]

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