Debts do expire. After a certain period of time, creditors can no longer recover the money they lent you. While the list of statute of limitations is not a solution to your credit issues, it can protect you from unlawful actions of creditors and unnecessary entries in your credit report.
The past is not past when it comes to credit history. Of course, you are not defined by your past but creditors look into it to see if you are credit worthy. So even if you make a resolve to change or you pay off your debt today, that’s not the end of that.
Experiencing difficulties in getting a loan is the best indication that you should focus on a credit repair. If your credit file has a bad history, financial institutions will be reluctant to give you a loan. Even if your business and income are doing great, chances are your loan applications will be rejected in case of a bad credit history.
Ever wondered why it is important to track your credit rating? Every Australian has a three-digit score, a credit rating that is calculated by credit reporting bodies (CRBs). This reveals data about your financial history gathered from financial institutions and banks from all over the country.
Endless money supply is everyone’s dream solution to bad credit. How we wish that money grows on trees and with no effort at all we would all be rich. But that would also mean the devaluation of money, it would be equal to nothing more than a piece of paper.
There’s a lot of confusion about how credit repair works, or should I say how it’s meant to work. I feel the main reason for this confusion and perhaps why the industry has a questionable reputation, is due to the behaviour of some so called credit repair companies.
The introduction of comprehensive credit reporting has raised many questions from credit providers and consumers alike.
There have been a number of changes to credit reporting legislation recently. Many of these changes are in my opinion positive and were well overdue. For the most part they have been welcomed by credit providers and the general public but having said this, change is never easy and reform with credit reporting has generated its fair share of uncertainly and controversy.