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I hope you read this part, and you really take action with it: Do NOT get a loan! DO NOT CONSOLIDATE! YOU CAN DO THIS without that type of help! You can ask for a DEFERRMENT, or HARDSHIP on your credit cards, school loans, regular loans, and most any kind of debt. Deferrment will prolong them bothering you, and keep them from adding interest and fees for 6-12mths (you'll have to ask them). Hardship, you may have to fill out paperwork. Hardship does the same thing, however there is a difference. I just don't know what it is. (something you can figure out online?) You can find some of this information on the back of your bills, or by calling the credit card company, or going to their site online. Work from your WORST interest, and continue from there. Worst meaning: it could be the smallest amount of interest compared to others (i.e. 8% smallest versus 18%), BUT the smallest amount of interest could vary, or have more tacked onto it (i.e. it could be like 8% normal rate, plus a 25% rate of whatever is late, plus higher fees). You know? One could charge a lot of late fees, while another charges a small amount. So, first thing, you need to call the card companies and figure out some sort of plan - deferrment and/or hardship. Second, you need to sit down and figure it out, making notes, and figure out which one would be your worst debt, to the "best" debt. Start paying off the worst one, as soon as you get the chance. Creditors don't want to "get" you (they want their money =)). So, just call them up, be cooperative, and let them know your situation. They'll work with you. Don't let them talk you into doing small payments though. Defer or hardship it. Creditors are a lot of bark, but no bite. You can hold them off long. They can get to your paycheck, but it takes a long while for that to happen. Lastly, there's a guy, DAVE RAMSEY. You should check out his site and advice. This guy used to be in real estate, or similar, he got himself into a whole lotta trouble financially. Him and his family SERIOUSLY cut back on things they didn't need, went on a (no lie) rice and beans diet, and worked to pay off his debt. Like I said, he had a whole lotta debt!! He did it. And, now he mentors and consults people who are in debt. There are so many people out of debt because of his guidance. Hope this HELPED! You are gonna be fine. As far as getting your credit score - I don't believe anyone has ever advertised it as being free. It might be part of a deal "buy this, and we'll let you see it free". They don't give it out for free though. You ARE, HOWEVER, ENTITLED to a FREE CREDIT REPORT, ONCE a YEAR. I'm sorry to say, you'll more than likely have to pay for your credit score. Its not always expensive to do. You can also take advantage of some of these offers. You know? They say like, "get a 3-in-1 report, free for 30 days. After that, we'll charge you $20". Something along those lines. They might charge you about $1-2 as a processing fee, and you'll need to make sure to cancel the "subscribption" before the thirty days is up. ********************NEW INFO I FOUND************* The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) also gives you the right to get your credit score from the national consumer reporting companies. They are allowed to charge a reasonable fee, generally around $8, for the score. When you buy your score, often you get information on how you can improve it. To order your free annual report from one or all the national consumer reporting companies, and to purchase your credit score, visit www.annualcreditreport.com, call toll-free 877-322-8228, or complete the Annual Credit Report Request Form and mail it to: Annual Credit Report Request Service, P. O. Box 105281, Atlanta, Alpharetta 30348-5281. For more information, see Your Access to Free Credit Reports
You can't get a score for free. You can get all 3 reports free through annualcreditreport.com. Any offer for a free score is a sales pitch. To "fix" your credit-- you start by PAYING off your old debt. The credit report will show you the name of the collection agency that has the debt if the original creditor no longer does. Depending on how long ago you last paid--most likely the debt has charged off (that will show on your report for 7 years) However, a paid charge off is better than an unpaid charge off. Don't expect it to just go away and don't believe anyone that tells you they can "fix your credit" for a price. Once you know what your credit report shows you can develop a plan to address the problem. Let me know if you need more advice after you get the report. I do this for a living and I work for a nonprofit and don't mind giving advice to people who ask me. The best website to understand credit is bankrate.com---lots of good info there.
I just posted this to another of the same question: Hey, I am in the same boat. People have told me to get a secured card (mine is through BofA). They report to all three credit agencies each month. You need to deposit at least $300 into the account to start and KEEP it there. If you use the card, Pay off the entire balance on time every month. Check out BofA for more info. Another thing is to pull all three of your credit reports and dispute anything that is incorrect. KEEP doing it. Good luck to you! WISH Alpharetta LUCK TOO!
To raise your credit score you need to do two things: 1 - add positive things to your credit records. Such as paying your bills on time! 2 - Remove negative things from your records. These may be mistakes made by the credit report companies or bills you haven’t paid! If your problems aren’t too bad or too complicated than you can do this yourself. This review site gives you e-books to explain the process and guide you through it: <> if your problem is complex - or you just don’t have the time or patience to do it yourself then you will want to use a credit repair company. This review site will guide you to the three best companies to use: <> Good Luck!
I got my for free through: no magical cure for fixing credit no matter who says what. Credit can only be fixed with time & paying bills on time, everytime. Those agencies that say they can fix credit are bogus. They always want something in return & it usually requires you to pay something. Try that web site I wrote up there. G'luck
Yell at your grandparents for letting the federal reserve fall into the hands of private banks, that about all you can do unless you have the resources to burn down the infrastructure.