Do You Need to Fix Bad Credit? We Can Help
Do you need to fix bad credit?
Are you having trouble being approved for a loan?
Have the banks knocked you back for finance?
Or is your interest rate too high?
Statistics show that 2 out of 3 Australians have had bad credit. (Source: Equifax (Veda) data 2016.
And bad credit has its side effects like high interest rates on your loans, disapproved loan applications, difficulty getting approved for renting out an apartment, higher insurance premiums, and many more.
But the good news is, there are ways you can do to fix your bad credit!
Just because you have bad credit doesn’t mean it will be permanent on your record. As a matter of fact, with self-discipline and good strategy, you can increase your credit scores for the next two to three years, which will allow you to earn better terms on loans and easy access to premier credit cards.
When you pay your loan balances on time and in full (if you are capable), you can work your way to fix bad credit.
The ideal way to start is to understand more what your credit report will look like.
Your credit scores are crucial for fixing your finances, and your report can help you keep track of your registration for new line of credit, record of your payments and other important details.
Even though it is possible and doable to fix bad credit, it will not be easy if you choose to do it yourself.
You may waste time and money if you try to implement credit repair strategies that are not proven to improve your credit score.
Hence, it is best to trust this important task to professionals who have the experience and expertise to fix bad credit.
Check out this welcome video from Credit Fix Solutions:
Credit Fix Solutions specialise in helping people fix their credit to get them the finance they need.
Contact us today on 1300 43 65 69 and one of our friendly team members is ready to take your information.
Or fill in our contact form here to get your free eBook on credit reporting.
We look forward to helping you.
PLEASE NOTE if you cannot afford our fees, or are currently experiencing financial hardship, please go to www.moneysmart.gov.au for free tips and tools. Charities such as The Salvation Army and Anglicare also offer assistance or you can call the National Debt Helpline on 1800 007 007.