The FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation) scoring system defines one’s ‘credit worthiness’ in society, the scale going from 300 to 850. The higher the score, the more credit one is allowed to access. There are few lending institutions that will give a line of credit if a score is less than 650. There are only a few exceptions to this (we tell you which ones to get inside). The best credit cards don’t accept anyone until you have a 720 score.
We’ll show you the secrets and steps to build a strong personal credit report from the ground-up. Most assume more credit accounts means a higher score. The truth is quality credit cards result in a higher score. The focus is to only build credit that’ll be used. In months – a thin file & low score can be manipulated to 720+!