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I am trying to rebuild my credit, and would like to know if there are any sites that I can go to that does pay later plans and also help with credit because I have bad credit and need help please.
Maureen from NY
A biblically based company won't rip you off.
i love this company & have ordered from them many many times (but not online)
they have a lot of really good deals -
There are a few companies that extend credit with no credit check -- Yves Rocher as mentioned, and also Fingerhut. But if you're trying to rebuild bad credit, they won't help you because they don't report your good payment history to the credit bureaus. To rebuild bad credit, you might want to get a secured Mastercard or Visa.
Here's an idea if you have a family member that has really good credit and are willing: If your mother, for instance, has good credit, she can add your name to some or all of her credit cards. You don't have to actually receive the card, she can shred it or whatever. But her good credit on that card, now becomes your good credit.
Actually, being added as an authorized user to someone else's card isn't the great plan it used to be. Because of the proliferation of businesses that were recruiting people with good credit and paying them to let strangers "piggyback" on their credit, the credit bureaus have wised up.
Also, you could check out DaveRamsey.com. He is a financial expert that is a Christian and really speaks in a language that the average person can understand. I've really learned a lot of sound principles from his radio show & books. Best of luck.
First what you want to do is quit spending! Pay on your credit cards, if you have any (on time--no extra charges) that you have now and your credit will improve in no time.
If you have the cash, you can easily get a secured credit card. Use that, and this is key, PAY OFF THE FULL BALANCE EVERY MONTH! A secured credit card is one that is secured by money you deposit in a bank - say $2,000 - and the credit card will have a limit of $2,000. That way there is no risk to the bank. This will show potential lenders that you can now use credit and have the self-control to stay out of trouble with it.
I was wondering if anybody can me with some advice. If you have bad credit or no credit where can you order from and not have to pay anything until the order is received? How can I receive a credit card, because I have been turned down quite a bit? I would like a credit card that at least would give you about $250.00 or more on your credit line.
By jessica from Montgomery, AL