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Connect4Credit is here to help our clients back onto the path of financial freedom. We know that tackling your credit is never easy, but we are here to help you every step of the way.
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Connect4Credit has offered credit repair and other related services since 2020. From errors in your reports to credit improvement strategies, we work with each client to find the best solutions.
We’re an innovative team of professional and experienced individuals who understand exactly what it takes to remove financial errors from your records. Moreover, we work thoroughly and diligently in order to understand each specific case and find even more ways to improve our clients’ credit scores.
At Connect4Credit, we go above and beyond to provide you with a thorough analysis of your credit report. We take clear steps to improve your scores and also offer guidance on how to rebuild your credit.
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Know that you are in expert hands when it comes to this service. Our years of experience helping clients regain their financial footing mean we understand exactly how the credit system works. Speak to one of our agents to find out more.
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Credit Repair 101
Credit repair involves fixing your bad credit in any way, shape, or form. But when most people use the term “credit repair,” they’re referring to the process of challenging and disputing errors on credit reports.
You can go through the dispute process for free with each of the credit bureaus on your own. This involves filing a formal dispute with the credit bureau(s) in question either online or by mail.
In your formal dispute, you want to provide a detailed explanation of the error and include any supporting documentation you have along with it.
What You Should Know Before Opening a New Credit Card
How a new account will affect your credit scores depends mostly on your overall credit history and on the type of new account you are opening. New accounts make up about 10% of your credit score.
First, opening a new account will likely produce a credit inquiry on your credit reports. This new inquiry may have no effect at all, or may make your scores go down slightly, depending on the type of inquiry and the number of inquiries already present on your report. Applying for credit excessively (like applying for many credit cards at once during the holiday shopping season) can almost always be expected to have a negative impact on your credit scores, as more inquiries tend to indicate higher credit risk.
In addition to the impact of new account inquiries, opening a new account can negatively impact your score in two more ways: 1) making your average credit age “younger” by adding an account with little or no history to the existing accounts on your credit report; and 2) an account with a recent “open date” on your credit report indicates to the scoring formula that a new account has been opened, which, as with inquiries and reduced credit age, indicates higher risk.
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