3Steps2GoodCredit provides you with the facts about your legal rights when applying for credit. Learn how you can provide additional information with ANY application that requires a credit check.
Your shoe box credit could make the difference between application acceptance, interest rate, down payment, security deposit and discounts whenever your credit report and score are used to determine your creditworthiness.
Only YOU can take the 3 Steps required to make the difference between application acceptance, interest rate, down payment, security deposit and discounts whenever your credit report and score are used to determine your creditworthiness.
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by Michael G. Nathans
Michael Nathans is well-known for his leading work as an innovator and advocate for incorporating rental, cell phone, utilities, insurance and other so-called "non-traditional" or "alternative" credit references into main-stream credit reports and scores. Michael has been a featured speaker on alternative credit reporting and asset building at conferences hosted by the Federal Reserve, FDIC, Treasury Department, Fannie Mae, FHA, Brookings Institution, National Credit Reporting Association, and the Consumer Data Industry Association. His work has also been featured in Business Week, The Washington Post, American Banker, Credit Union Journal, and on MSNBC, FOX Business News, and National Public Media.
Michael is known for saying that there is nothing "non-traditional" about a rent or a cell phone payment.
Congress enacted legislation that affords you THE RIGHT to build good credit without going into debt. Learn how to use Federal Law and improve your credit profile now. See the most recent legal opinion.