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Lesson 4 – How set up a credit card that reports to all three bureaus in 10 days.

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About This Lesson

Actions:

  • Watch the Video to Learn Why You Need Credit
  • Open Up One of the Credit Cards in the Lesson
  • When The Card Comes in the Mail Take and Charge 10% of the Limit on it.
  • If the Limit is $200 keep between 1 dollar and 20 dollars on it every month.
  • Let Me Know As Soon as You Have Charged on the Card

This Lesson will teach you how to increase your credit score by setting up very small secured credit cards to rebuild your credit.

Duration: 10 Minutes

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Features

FICO Credit Score

Needed

Reports to ALL 3

Bureaus

When Account

Reports

Credit Limits

Minimum Purchase

Required

Customer Service

Product Selection

Secure FDIC Bank

Underwriting

None

Some

30 Days

Your Own $

No

Voice Mail

N/A

Yes

Approx 680 & UP

Some

Upto 90 Days

$300 - 2500

Yes & $300 Approx

Voice Mail

Overpriced Products

No (Small Finance Co.)

500 (Equifax Only)

Yes!

Every 3 days

$1100-6500

No

Live Operator & Chat

Over 20k products under MSRP

Yes!

Secured Card

Other Credit Lines

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