Credit scores impact our lives in more ways than you might think, yet, unfortunately, they are intentionally opaque and difficult to understand. In this article, we’ll clear up what credit scores are, why they matter, how to build credit, and how to improve your credit score.
The worst thing that can happen after you buy tradelines is not seeing your tradelines post to your credit report. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to boost your chances of getting your tradelines to post.
One question we often hear is “Do tradelines still work in 2020?” Fortunately, we can say with certainty that tradelines do still work in 2020, and we are confident they will continue to be effective for years to come.
How many tradelines should you buy? There are cases when it’s best to get a single tradeline and other cases when multiple tradelines might be more appropriate. To help you decide, we’ll discuss examples for each scenario.
Perhaps the title “Credit Repair vs Tradelines” is not entirely accurate, but this is a common way that many consumers think of the two industries. In truth, the services really go hand-in-hand, but we will highlight several differences in order to understand the full range of credit-related options.
Choosing the right tradelines for your credit can be a challenge. Since everyone's credit report is unique, there is no "one size fits all" approach. Learn more about how to choose the right authorized user tradelines to buy using our helpful buyer's guide.
People tend to think that the limit of the tradeline is more important, but if you believe this, you are misinformed and you will not get the results you hope for. If you want to see good results, you have to focus on age.
Tradelines are commonly believed to have more of a positive impact on one’s credit score at certain age levels. Based on the examples we have seen, we have come up with our own observations on the question of which age levels are particularly beneficial for credit scores.
Business credit is similar to personal credit, but it uses a different reporting system. If you are interested in building business credit, our article breaks down business credit vs. personal credit, what business tradelines are, and how to build business credit.
What does it mean if a company offers “wholesale tradelines?” Does that mean they have the best tradeline prices, or is it more of a marketing gimmick? Keep reading for our perspective on the topic of wholesale tradelines.
Credit piggybacking, also called credit card piggybacking, is a commonly used credit-building strategy. However, many people are still unaware of how to access this strategy and use it to their advantage. We’ll define piggybacking for credit and tell you how it can help your credit.
“How do tradelines work?” It’s a question we hear all the time from people who are new to the tradeline industry. We’ll break down what tradelines are, how tradelines work, and how they can affect your credit.
“Are tradelines legal?” is one of the first questions people ask when they are introduced to the tradeline business. To answer this question, we will reference what authorities have said about the tradeline industry and show what their conclusions have been.
Primary tradelines are usually the goal of anyone trying to build credit. However, buying a “primary tradeline” may involve actions that are questionable at best and possibly illegal at worst, and it may not even help as much as you may hope. This article attempts to shed light on some of the tactics that may exist in the primary tradeline marketplace.
Tradelines and credit piggybacking are controversial topics, so much so that many people ask the question “are piggybacking and buying and selling tradelines ethical?” We want to shed light on some perspectives that may not be immediately obvious.