Most don’t understand when we say,


You need more positive active tradelines.

So, what exactly is a tradeline?

A tradeline is an item/entry on your credit report that is reported to the credit bureau by your creditor.  A tradeline can be positive or negative. It can be open (active) or closed (inactive). It can be primary meaning you opened the account, joint or authorized user (AU) meaning you’re on someone else’s primary account. 


You want a positive active tradeline (preferably primary). Actually, to get and keep your credit scores high, you want a minimum of 5 primary positive active tradelines!

Of course, we can help…


If you’re a renter, your largest monthly expense is probably your rent payment. Yet you don’t build your credit score by paying your rent on time. You can be penalized on your credit report for a rental eviction, but you aren’t rewarded for being a responsible renter and making your rent payments. This puts you at a disadvantage because you’re not building credit with a major monthly expense. Homeowners build their credit score by paying their mortgage. Don’t you think it’s time you build your credit score by paying your rent?


If you’ve been paying rent for one or multiple properties, then you may want to pay attention to this information & even take action to start getting credit for your rental payment.  If your answer is YES, click here


We have other ways you can get primary positive active tradelines.  You can get a guaranteed $5,000 line of credit regardless of your credit score.  Ask us how by requesting an appointment here.

For additional PRIMARY positive tradelines click here.



We offer AU tradelines that can in fact increase your credit score.  Hurry get your 15 -30 min appointment now to understand your options!


If you’d like a quick consultation on the right decision for you, click here for free 15 min appointment. 




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