If you’re like me and live in Florida, you probably need an extra boost in credit to get that loan for a new car/house/boat?
Don’t have a lot of money to spend, and don’t trust any object/service/person that requires you to give payment before taking effect?
I’ll tell you how to depend on just yourself to get a huge increase in your credit rating.
I have done this in the past and can verify that it works with no gimmicks or risk.
There are a few things to mention before getting into deep.
One is the fact that NOTHING is free, and very few things are instant.
This technique is not instant, but it’s the fastest thing to improve credit ratings other than spending a huge sum of money, which would defeat the purpose of this article.
Although this technique isn’t free, it’s not expensive at all.
I did this with $300 and within a month and a half I had enough credit to get a sizable loan via this website (I highly recommend it). You don’t lose the $300, but you won’t have access to it for the length of this ordeal.
To start off with, you put the starting money ($300 in my case) into a savings account, and wait 3 days for it to be recognized on your credit score.
As I said, almost nothing is instant, especially in the business world. After several days, head back to the bank and get a loan using the savings account as collateral.
Even with bad credit, as long as you have collateral you shouldn’t be turned down.
You’ll want to check with the bank before depositing your money into the savings account, and if they will still not give you a loan with a savings account as collateral, then find a different bank.
After you get the loan, wait 3 or more days for them to show up on your file.
Don’t apply for your major loan yet, or whatever it is that you want the high credit score for.
After the first loan and savings are on your file, go back to the bank, and take out another loan of the same amount as the first.
If they won’t give you the loan, make a payment on the first loan and go back to the bank a few days later.
You might have to make a few payments on the first loan in order to get the second, but just keep doing the same thing until you do get it.
If you don’t get the second loan on your first try, then make the payments on the first before you apply for the second.
Most people don’t know the fact that just being turned down on a loan will hurt your credit rating.
Several days after you get your second loan, follow the same steps to get a third loan.
After you get three or more loans (the more you get, the more money it will take, but the better the credit rating), make a payment every few days, or every week. The key to this plan is making the payments BEFORE they are due.
Now when someone wants to run a credit check on you, it will show that you have been approved for three loans, and have been making payments before the due date, which will get you approved for most anything you want.