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Here are a few credit building opportunities to consider:

Credit Cards:
  • Unsecured
    • A regular credit card designed for individuals with less than perfect credit
  • Secured
    • This type of card is just what it says: secured. For the privilege of having a $200 to $1000 credit card, you must deposit that much money with the credit grantor

Unsecured

 

Secured

 

Credit Reports:
  • Making sure that your credit report(s) are accurately reporting accounts that were part of your bankruptcy as "included in bankruptcy". Some accounts may still show open and/or overdue.

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Credit Repair:
  • Using a third party company can help clear up inaccurately reported items on your credit report(s) can rapidly increase your credit score.

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When you obtain new credit after a bankruptcy, it is essential to take steps to ensure that you use this credit to effectively rebuild and increase your credit score. Here are a few tips that may help you:
  • Make your payments on time, all the time.
  • Next to making your payments on time, paying down your balance will improve your credit score.
  • Only use up to 30% of your credit limit and pay the balance off in full each month.
  • Get into the habit of only charging what you can pay off in a month.
  • Remember that maxing out your credit cards hurts your credit score.