Are you always maxing out your credit card? Do you let your bills pile up? It can be easy to do but unfortunately this activity can have a detrimental effect on your credit report. A poor credit rating might not seem like a big deal, but lenders will view any negative listings on your credit report as a red flag.
With Christmas on the horizon, there is much “talk” of the tendency of many people to go into debt for the holiday. Obviously, overspending is a serious concern, especially as it can lead to bad credit. But what if you already have bad credit? How do you rebuild a bad credit score? Is there such a thing?
There are three major reasons why a person’s credit score goes down. Having too much debt, not paying bills on time and leaving errors on the credit file undisputed. The bottom line is, you’re overcharging your credit accounts and underpaying them. If money is the issue—then, it’s time to do some saving up.
Having bad credit rating is a sign that your finances are going down the drain and debts are starting to appear.