1 tradeline | $30,000 limit with 4 years of history

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To qualify for this deal you must have the following:

-A valid Social Security Number
-A valid State Issued Photo ID
-A recent credit report

Recent Comments

    • Tradeline Broker
      October 31, 2016 - 11:07 am · Reply

      We recently discussed this with another commenter. You cannot necessarily add tradelines to business credit, but you can help your business credit goals (indirectly) by adding tradelines to your personal credit. How? By adding tradelines to your social security number (rather than a CPN, etc.), you can strengthen your file to be in a better position to personally guarantee business lines of credit. Other than that, there’s no real way to affect your business credit through the authorized user / piggybacking tradelines process. Make sense?

    • Credit Knower
      October 3, 2017 - 1:47 am · Reply

      People looking to establish or rebuild their credit history want to buy authorized user tradelines that will positively impact their credit scores. This means tradelines with flawless repayment histories, relatively high credit limits, and low debt ratios.

  • Timothy
    December 29, 2016 - 8:05 pm · Reply

    I’m closing on a house within 2 weeks. My lender says that I should not apply for credit or do anything to affect my scores. I have a 733 CREDIT SCORE. I have 2 credit cards $600 and $250 limit. 0.00 balance. No lates, collections, judgements, nothing… My goal is to have a higher credit limit.

    • Tradeline Broker
      January 22, 2017 - 9:05 pm · Reply

      Timothy, sorry for the delay in responding. However, it looks like you didn’t need help anyway: your scores are awesome! By the way, there’s absolutely NO reason whatsoever to add tradelines to someone like yourself. Well, maybe. First of all, you’re going to get the best rates a 720. SOMETIMES the best rates require 740. But, I don’t think you will recognize the difference. With respect to getting higher limits, tradelines would have helped BEFORE you got into those $600.00 and $250.00 cards. You’ve kinda locked yourself into what’s called “score cards.” So, the only way out of this is to hound your bank / creditor and tell them you want higher limits or you’re going to cancel your accounts with them. Also, if you don’t get what you want, politely hang up and call back and try someone else.

    • Tradelines
      October 3, 2017 - 2:26 am · Reply

      All of its authorized user tradelines are guaranteed to have flawless repayment histories and debt ratios below 10%. Also, we have an online database of authorized user tradelines where you can easily browse for information like the name of creditors, credit limits, and price. So you if you’re in the market to buy authorized user tradelines, you should buy seasoned authorized tradelines at our tradeline copmany.

  • Tony
    April 6, 2017 - 12:36 pm · Reply

    Hello currently my score is in the 580-600 range. I would like to boost my credit to the 690-700 range. A synopsis of my profile is 2 collection accounts, 1 written off credit card and 7 lates on 4 student loans. I have one revolving line of store credit that has never been late ( I never use it) would this tradeline help me raise my score? Also when does the tradeline post? How long will it continue to post?

    • Tradeline Broker
      December 12, 2017 - 10:47 am · Reply

      Yes, this is a seasoned tradeline program. Authorized user tradelines, seasoned tradelines, piggybacking tradelines, etc. It’s all the same thing. This is offering to add you as an authorized user for the purpose of increasing your credit score. Make sense?

  • Aysa
    September 8, 2017 - 10:28 am · Reply

    I filed Chapter 7, which has been discharged. I am in the process of rebuilding my credit. I am financing a vehicle to start the rebuilding process. Right now my score is around 640. I do have a lot of inquiries because I was shopping around for a vehicle. I would like for my score to be 720+. Would purchasing a tradeline be beneficial to help increase my score, with the Chapter 7?

    • Tradeline Broker
      December 12, 2017 - 10:47 am · Reply

      Possibly. However, I would like to explain that auto credit scores are different than any other credit score. Do you have any auto loans on your credit report (I know you have discharged bankruptcy, which should mean you do not have anything on your credit, but I am not sure if you re-affirmed any debt, which means you keep debt even after bankruptcy). You stated you wanted a 720, but are you sure you need a 720? To answer your question as directly and honestly as possible: I don’t know. I have seen credit scores go into the high 700s and low 800s on thin files (such as yours, I assume). But, no one can know for sure. 100% you are gambling by buying tradelines to get a particular score outcome. Most people buying tradelines are trying to get above 620/640 to get a mortgage and its usually simpler to say “Yup, you’re going to get about that score” than the particulars of a 720 on a auto-enhanced score. While that might not be the answer you’re looking for, it is the correct and honest one. 🙂

  • Tradeline Company
    September 27, 2017 - 5:34 am · Reply

    So what are seasoned authorized tradelines? Well, first of all, we need to define the phrase authorized tradelines. An authorized tradeline, or often called an authorized user tradeline, is a credit card account that somebody other than the primary account hold has been authorized to use.

  • Kha
    June 6, 2018 - 5:45 pm · Reply

    Hi, I’m trying to refinance but my score is below 620 for quicken, it’s currently at 612 and quicken’s credit department advised the score will go up as time goes buy and did a hard inquiry twice which lowered my score, also tried to cosign for my son’s student loan with Discover and Sallie Mae and was denied. I was accepted last year because my score was descent so I have Sallie Mae on my report with no missed payment. I’m trying again to cosign for my son who has a good score but no income. I need to get to at least 680 for refinance and to co sign student loan. I have a BK7 discharged in June of 2010. Will this method help?

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