What is the fastest way to build credit without having large amounts of money to invest in it?
I have never done anything to build my credit in the past. I have a very secure job, but it doesn't pay very well. My fiance is just trying to rebuild his credit from some negative things that were on it but I'd like to build mine so we can have something to work with when we get married. Any suggestions on how to quickly build credit without investing a lot of money?
Asked By: Carolyn Millsap Emery - 4/3/2007
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Establishing a good credit history has never been as important as it is today... More
Answered By: Smoovy Loco - 4/3/2007
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hmmmmm it really depends on your situation as long as one person has good credit, thats enough probably that thing you have to work with when or if you marry someone is called LOVE, in case you forgot, money is just money, a little or a lot
Answered By: pinkyismygirlfriendniluvhur - 4/3/2007
Bank accounts are a good place to start, also you could open department store credit accounts that would help you in this area
Answered By: niuzman5 - 4/3/2007
i had only 2 pieces of credit being my car and another car so i needed another to be able to purchase or qualify for something by myself without a co-signer so i got a khols card all you do is buy like one or two things and then pay it off and never use it again or like mabe once a year then your credit will go up bc... More
Answered By: Blue Dolphin - 4/3/2007
Getting secured credit cards could be a good start.. here are some reviews and infos that you might find helpful.. http://hubpages.com/hub/secured_credt_cards_online http://www.squidoo.com/building-business-credit/ http://www.squidoo.com/rebuildbadcredit/ http://www.spendinghabits.blogspot.com
Answered By: Build Credit for Business - 4/3/2007
Try applying for a secured or unsecured credit card. A new credit card will help offset your old accounts that were or are bad. I have listed a source below that provides consumers a free list of credit card companies that issue credit to people with no to bad credit... More
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