Financial Cents: Posts About Bad Credit Loans
Sure, credit can seem complex. But once you separate the myths from the facts, you might be surprised how manageable it all really is. Rod Griffin, the Director of Public Education for Experian, breaks it all down for you!
Posted on: January 27, 2017
Do you know your credit score? More importantly, do you know how to improve it? We spoke with Rod Griffin, the Director of Public Education for Experian, for a review of the basics of credit to help you live a better, more informed financial life now!
Posted on: January 20, 2017
There are two types of credit checks: hard and soft. But what's the difference and how does it impact your wallet? Learn the truth (and the benefits) here.
Posted on: November 18, 2016
If you have bad credit, getting a safe, responsible loan can feel impossible. After all, any legit lender is going to run a credit check. And once they see your score, they'll just turn you down flat, right? Wrong. Learn the details about no credit check loans here.
Posted on: November 17, 2016
If you need a loan, but your credit score has you nervous, you're probably looking for a "no credit check loan." Here are the 5 must-know's before applying for a "No Credit Check Loan".
Posted on: November 11, 2016
If you have less-than-perfect credit, you may expect all lenders to show you the door. But don't worry! You can still get the right loan for you. Here's how.
Posted on: October 04, 2016
Think of your credit score like a grade. And this grade follows you around wherever you go. It follows you to the bank when you're applying for a loan, it follows you to that new apartment you're hoping to rent, it even follows you when you're interviewing for a job! This grade might just be the most important grade you'll ever get.
Posted on: September 26, 2016
If you have bad credit, finding the right online loan for you can be a lot like dating. Here's how you can tell the princes from the predators!
Posted on: September 07, 2016
If you have bad credit and you’re looking for a loan, you’re probably used to hearing the word “no”. But, frequently, you should be cautious when you hear the word “yes.”
Posted on: February 26, 2016