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How To Clean Up Bad Credit





how to clean up bad credit






    bad credit
  • A term used to describe a poor credit rating. Common practices that can damage a credit rating include making late payments, skipping payments, exceeding card limits or declaring bankruptcy. "Bad Credit" can result in being denied credit.

  • This refers to a low FICO score or a poor credit rating resulting from a borrower's negative payment history (i.e. defaults, late payments), outstanding debts, bankruptcy filings, and/or other credit-tarnishing circumstances.

  • Credit history or credit report is, in many countries, a record of an individual's or company's past borrowing and repaying, including information about late payments and bankruptcy. The term "credit reputation" can either be used synonymous to credit history or to credit score.





    clean up
  • dispose of; "settle the bills"

  • make a big profit; often in a short period of time; "The investor really cleaned up when the stock market went up"

  • An act of removing or putting an end to disorder, immorality, or crime

  • An act of making a place clean or tidy

  • The fourth position in a team's batting order, typically reserved for a power hitter likely to clear the bases by enabling any runners to score

  • tidy: put (things or places) in order; "Tidy up your room!"





    how to
  • Providing detailed and practical advice

  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.

  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic

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How To Recover from Bancrupcy


How To Recover from Bancrupcy



If You're Forced With Declaring Bankruptcy, Then This Message May Be The Most Important You Ever Read...

It's time to stop listening to ill-informed advice and find out... for sure... the best way to recover from bankruptcy in the shortest time possible. (And if you read this message, likely quicker than you think.)

Dear Friend,

What's the number one myth?

That you have to wait 7 to 10 years after a bankruptcy before your credit ever starts to recover.

A bankruptcy (BK) may stay on your credit history for that long... but you can begin rebuilding your credit from day one. (The day after your bankruptcy is official.)

It will be different from the way you built your credit the first time around. But you can do it.

Right now I want to talk to you about a few things...


If you haven't declared bankruptcy yet, you may have better options.


If bankruptcy is your only option, here's how to make the best out of the situation starting from day one.


Plus, here's how to keep from getting ripped off or victimized in the process.

In short...

A Bankruptcy Survival Guide...

Of course, a bankruptcy is a very serious issue. You may feel down in the dumps. But now you have a new project you can be successful at.

Rebounding. You can recover from bankruptcy with some good, legal, insider information. And in less time than you think.

It's likely new ground to you. But you can learn from others' experience and more to end up on the other side of this bankruptcy shining brighter than before.
See How Others Are Rebuilding Their Credit From Day One...

I've put together a 49 page ebook appropriately called "How To Recover From Bankruptcy." You'll experience instant relief when you find step by step methods for rebuilding your credit and recovering from bankruptcy.

Plus, you can begin reading this ebook in just minutes from now. How? It's 100% downloadable...
...here is just SOME of the important info you'll find inside:
The real deal: What Bankruptcy is and is not.
What's worse: bankruptcy on your record or mountains of debt?
Ideal alternatives to bankruptcy that may save you from years of hardship.
When to dispute creditors' claims.
The difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies... and which is right for you!
Will you have to repay your debts? And how soon?
This type of bankruptcy gets you through the courts and eliminates debt the fastest
8 ways to get out of debt without declaring bankruptcy.
9 reasons why Chapter 13 might be right for you.
Did you know that creditors often forget to update credit records after a bankruptcy? Here's how to make sure your credit report reflects your changes.
Why you SHOULD get a credit card after a bankruptcy. And why it's easier than you think.
3 ways to handle your new credit card for maximum credit repair.
How to delete credit report errors in 48 hours.
How to use a friend's perfect credit to give you a perfect credit account.
A “Round Robin” trick for increasing your credit score in 4 months. Should you keep a balance instead of paying off debt completely? And other smart strategies for handling credit cards.
The credit boosting power of secured credit cards
A breakdown of credit scores... how good is yours?
4 reasons why getting a mortgage is the easiest way to rebuild your credit.
8 questions to ask yourself when considering applying for a mortgage.
3 tips for finding the best mortgage (with the best rates) for you.
The 5 step process to restoring credit after a bankruptcy.
9 things credit monitoring services can do for you (including possibly saving you thousands).
How to prevent identity theft and keep fraudsters from destroying your hard work (Including a 45 point checklist)
How to use home equity to boost your credit.
5 common “credit repair” scams... and 5 questions to evaluate any credit repair offer with.
6 signs of a credit repair company you don't want to work with.

If You're Forced With Declaring Bankruptcy, Then This Message May Be The Most Important You Ever Read...

It's time to stop listening to ill-informed advice and find out... for sure... the best way to recover from bankruptcy in the shortest time possible. (And if you read this message, likely quicker than you think.)

Dear Friend,

What's the number one myth?

That you have to wait 7 to 10 years after a bankruptcy before your credit ever starts to recover.

A bankruptcy (BK) may stay on your credit history for that long... but you can begin rebuilding your credit from day one. (The day after your bankruptcy is official.)

It will be different from the way you built your credit the first time around. But you can do it.

Right now I want to talk to you about a few things...


If you haven't declared bankruptcy yet, you may have better options.


If bankruptcy is your only option, here's how to make the best out of the situation starting from day one.


Plus, here's how to keep from getting ripped off or victimized in the process.

In short...

A Bankruptcy Survival Guide...

Of course, a bankruptcy is a very serious issue. You may feel down in the dumps. But now you have a new project you can be successful at.

Rebounding. You can recover from bankruptcy with some good, legal, insider information. And in less time than you think.

It's likely new ground to you. But you can learn from others' experience and more to end up on the other side of this bankruptcy shining brighter than before.
See How Others Are Rebuilding Their Credit From Day One...

I've put together a 49 page ebook appropriately called "How To Recover From Bankruptcy." You'll experience instant relief when you find step by step methods for rebuilding your credit and recovering from bankruptcy.

Plus, you can begin reading this ebook in just minutes from now. How? It's 100% downloadable...
...here is just SOME of the important info you'll find inside:
The real deal: What Bankruptcy is and is not.
What's worse: bankruptcy on your record or mountains of debt?
Ideal alternatives to bankruptcy that may save you from years of hardship.
When to dispute creditors' claims.
The difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies... and which is right for you!
Will you have to repay your debts? And how soon?
This type of bankruptcy gets you through the courts and eliminates debt the fastest
8 ways to get out of debt without declaring bankruptcy.
9 reasons why Chapter 13 might be right for you.
Did you know that creditors often forget to update credit records after a bankruptcy? Here's how to make sure your credit report reflects your changes.
Why you SHOULD get a credit card after a bankruptcy. And why it's easier than you think.
3 ways to handle your new credit card for maximum credit repair.
How to delete credit report errors in 48 hours.
How to use a friend's perfect credit to give you a perfect credit account.
A “Round Robin” trick for increasing your credit score in 4 months. Should you keep a balance instead of paying off debt completely? And other smart strategies for handling credit cards.
The credit boosting power of secured credit cards
A breakdown of credit scores... how good is yours?
4 reasons why getting a mortgage is the easiest way to rebuild your credit.
8 questions to ask yourself when considering applying for a mortgage.
3 tips for finding the best mortgage (with the best rates) for you.
The 5 step process to restoring credit after a bankruptcy.
9 things credit monitoring services can do for you (including possibly saving you thousands).
How to prevent identity theft and keep fraudsters from destroying your hard work (Including a 45 point checklist)
How to use home equity to boost your credit.
5 common “credit repair” scams... and 5 questions to evaluate any credit repair offer with.
6 signs of a credit repair company you don't want to work with.










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THE IMAGE IS EVERYTHING ..........'CAUSE THERE IS NOT A LICK OF COMMON SENSE ANYWHERE




THE IMAGE IS EVERYTHING ..........'CAUSE THERE IS NOT A LICK OF COMMON SENSE ANYWHERE





By Peter Ferrara on 4.27.11 @ 6:08AM



President Obama's self-congratulatory "economic recovery" is way too little, way too late. By historical standards for the American economy, we should be in the second year now of a booming economic recovery. Instead the economy is still struggling to get off the ground, and what is booming instead is prices and inflation.

If you listen to what President Obama is saying in his reelection campaign, which is already underway in his town hall tour across America, the reason for this is clear. President Obama does not understand the basics of economics. What he says repeatedly is that increased government spending is the foundation of economic recovery and growth. But the economic reality is that incentives for increased production are the foundation for recovery and booming growth.

As a result, what we are witnessing is a historical reenactment of the 1970s, if not the 1930s, with the same throwback economic policies that caused the dismal economic downward spiral of those years. But this is not all that President Obama doesn't understand. He also doesn't understand the budget, taxes, business, the energy and oil markets, and even health care.

Consequently, the American people will continue to suffer high unemployment, rising inflation, soaring gas prices, falling real wages and incomes, record poverty, and ultimately worse. That is until this tragically unqualified President who has spent his entire life cloistered in the fever swamps of the far left is replaced by new leadership that will restore the American Dream.

Facebook Fallacies

On April 20, President Obama took his reelection campaign to a town hall at the corporate headquarters of Facebook in Palo Alto. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg began with a question on the budget, asking "what specifically do you think we can cut…?"

Obama responded by saying first let me explain why the problem is Bush's fault. (Get the transcript if you don't believe me.) This from the President whose own 2012 budget projects that after just one term of office he will have run up more national debt in four years than all prior Presidents combined, from George Washington to George Bush. A President who in that same budget proposed a fourth straight budget deficit of over a trillion dollars, including a record deficit for this year of $1,645 billion, when the highest previously in American history was $458 billion.

If President Obama didn't want those deficits, he could have proposed spending cuts 2 years ago. Instead he enacted an utterly failed, trillion dollar, government spending stimulus package. And despite his misdirection rhetoric, he continues to oppose any serious spending cuts to this day. The real cause of the record deficits and debt is that President Obama increased federal spending by 28% in his first two years alone. And in his 2012 budget he proposed to increase federal spending by another 57% by 2021.

Professor Obama told the Facebook audience that the deficits arose because "we had a massive tax cut that wasn't offset by cuts in spending." But from 2001 when the first round of the Bush tax cuts were adopted until 2007, federal revenues increased by almost 30%. From 2003 when the Bush tax cuts were completed until 2007, federal revenues soared by 44%.

Obama's excuse for his runaway spending is that it was necessary to counter the recession. So he is both blaming Bush for the deficits and taking credit for them in promoting recovery. At the Facebook town hall, Obama further advanced his theory that government spending is the foundation for economic growth and recovery, saying, "If all we're doing is spending cuts and we're not discriminating about it, if we're using a machete rather than a scalpel and we're cutting things that create jobs, then the deficit could actually get worse because we could slip back into a recession."

But it is obvious to everyone but Obama and his hypnotized true believers, party apologists, and bought and paid for special interests that his government spending has failed to produce a timely and robust recovery. That is because President Obama's Keynesian theory that increased government spending and deficits promote economic recovery and growth was proven fully and finally wrong to everyone who was awake over 30 years ago.

President Obama persisted at the Facebook town hall, however, explaining that his spending spree will promote recovery and growth because then "we can still…invest in high speed rail" and, "We can still invest in something called ARPA-E, which is like DARPA except just focused on energy, so that we can figure out what are the next breakthrough technologies that can help to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels."

Spoken like a true central planning neo-socialist, for it is not the government's role, nor does the government even have the capability, to figure out what the next breakthrough technology is to re











Meets in the streets (5-29-09) #1




Meets in the streets (5-29-09) #1





((Thought I'd already posted this one - it's from a couple of days ago))

Jaina Lefevre skips up to the lady and grins. "Hi!"

Silua Mills blinks down at the kid standing a few feet away and stares. "Umm...hi. You lost, kid? Your parents around here somewhere?"

Jaina Lefevre smirks. "No. I came to say hi. Remember? You cleaned me up?" She watches her face a moment, then holds out her hand., "I'm Jaina."

Silua Mills squints down again, taking another look. "Oh. Right. The kid in the hat and coat." She actually bends a little to peer at her. "All better now? They fixed you up? No more problems?" She

doesn't touch the kid, though, as though afraid she might catch some kind of maternal gene or something if she did.

Jaina Lefevre nods. "All better. And I gots two Mommies now..and a sorta Daddy." She grins, and there's a definite mischief in her eyes. "I gots Mama Deets and Mommy Debra....and Daddy Damian."

Silua Mills chokes back a laugh that turns into a cough. "DADDY Damian?" she asks. "As in....the man who helped you the other day? That Damian?" She turns and tilts her head up to peer at the

building above, almost sighing when the desk light doesn't appear to be on from here. "Oh...this is ..interesting."

Jaina Lefevre nods. "Uh huh. I gived him a present and we whispered. My Mommies and Daddy ain't -together- Mommies and Daddy, but that's okay. They just hasta be Mommies and Daddy to -me-."

Tristaniel McMinnar pauses to remove a hand from his weapon, raising it in casual greeting as he ambles past Silua and the little one. "Ey up."

Jaina Lefevre glances over her shoulder at the Legion soldier and waves, then looks back at Sil (as it's her post).

Silua Mills is about to speak to Jaina again when she hears the woman claiming to be Damian's sister. That catches her attention and she gives the child about as much attention as she ever gives a

child. She pats Jaina on the head and says, "yes, yes, that's very nice. Here. Go get an ice cream.." Digging in her pocket for a few credits she shoves them at the kid and clears her throat, "Excuse me.

Did you just say you're the Mayor's -sister-?"
[
Diamond Darling head turns to the female ,,Yes I am .. problem??

Jaina Lefevre grabs the credits and looks up at the strange lady. "I'm a kid, not a puppy, lady." She shoves the creds in her pocket and turns around to look at the soldier. "Hi Mister. Is you an op'ative?"

(Operative)

Silua Mills has her attention briefly diverted by the kid's remark, which she replies to with "that's very nice, dear..." apparently not having listened at all. "Get one for your friends, too. Remember..share

and take your medicine..and things.." She's already pulled out her PDA and is punching in a message.

Tristaniel McMinnar got a wave off the wee one and Silua was busy. "See y'around, lass." He moves as if to head off before the kid turns and moves to him. He pushes the barrel of his rifle a bit further

into his body. "Oi guess ye might call me dat. Oi'm a Captain in de UAC Marines." He squats down some and holds out a hand, pushing his rifle fully aside now. "Tristan, pleased tae meet'cher."

Jaina Lefevre tucks the doll under her arm and shakes his hand. "I'm Jaina. My Mommy is a Major." She grins at him, tipping her head like a curious bird. "You talks funny."

Silua Mills has hit send before she looks up again and spots Tristan. She forces a smile to her somewhat strained face and nods. "Captain." she says. "How are you?" A glance down at Jaina is

somewhat like what one might direct at a pet dog that hadn't run off with a chew toy when directed to. She shrugs, flips her PDA closed and shoves it in her pocket.

Tristaniel McMinnar whistles like he's impressed. "A Major, eh? Nice, very nice. Dat'll be wid Black Star, eh?" He smiles up from where he's hunched down at Jaina's eyeline. "Eyup, lass." A grin to the

little one. "And aye, Oi do, s'called an Oirish accent."


Jaina Lefevre shrugs. "I guess so." she offers to Tristan. You decide what that was answered for. "You shoot bad guys, right?"

Tristaniel McMinnar leans on one knee, chuckling. "Oi shoot people who put udder people in danger. Might be a baddie, but Oi can't just out and pop one in dere bum, yanno."

Silua Mills shakes her head and leans forward a bit. "Careful, Captain." she says to the man conversationally. "Last time I saw her get that close to a man she gave his boot a new coating of juice and

..sticky stuff. Then again, I imagine those clean up a little easier then the Mayor's favorite leather."

Jaina Lefevre nods a little. "I knowed a bad person. If I tell you, you shoots them?" Yes, the iro









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