2 tradelines | $25,000-$35,000 limits with 4-19 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
      Tradeline Broker
      October 14, 2016 - 1:46 pm · Reply

      Arrika, we allow companies to post tradelines on our site. You can contact them directly. Once you email them, you can ask for their contact information or you can provide your contact information which they can use to contact you. I hope that is helpful.

  • Ben
    October 27, 2016 - 6:36 pm · Reply

    I am new to the US. I have started to build my score (leased a car 1 year ago). Can i substitute an Australian passport instead of a state ID? I have a SSN and recent credit report,

    • Tradeline Broker
      Tradeline Broker
      October 31, 2016 - 10:58 am · Reply

      Unfortunately, no. These ID requirements aren’t necessarily from the tradeline companies themselves, but from the banks which may audit the authorized user and demand the authorized user’s identifying information (such as IDs). However, you should have no problem getting a state issued ID. Usually just a small fee and a one-page application. So long as all your paperwork is in order, you should have no problems.

    • Tradeline Broker
      Tradeline Broker
      October 31, 2016 - 11:02 am · Reply

      Hey Ben, I am not sure what you mean. I tried to come up with a few scenarios to answer your question, so if I am missing your point, please respond and clarify. As far as “issues,” I assume you either mean that the primary account turns to a negative status or that the bank for which you are applying views your authorized user account as problematic. In the first case, you have to understand that the primary account holders (those who add you as an authorized user to increase your credit score), make a tremendous amount of money doing this process. They do not want to lose on the opportunity, so they have every incentive in the world to ensure their credit line remains in good standing. In addition, you can always challenge an authorized user account and get it removed (if it turns negative). As far as a credit disliking a certain account, I don’t see that happening. At the end of the day, the creditor isn’t going to evaluate your positive credit; they’re going to evaluate your negative credit. They are going to accept your credit scores the way they are. Does that answer your question?

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