The Best Way to Boost Your Credit Score
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Take Your Credit Score to New Heights
If you’re like most people, you could probably use a credit score boost from time to time. ScoreMaster® is your easy solution, with exclusive tools that help you add points to your score and keep those points.
Our average user sees their credit score go up 61 points in 20 days or less. Not only that, but we also help safeguard those points with credit score monitoring and $1 Million Whole Family Fraud Insurance for your entire household.
Additionally, we have a unique feature called PrivacyMaster® that scans and monitors websites that may be selling or exploiting your personal information. Once we find these sites, you can request a removal of your data and prevent it from being sold or shared.
Most importantly ScoreMaster® gives you the borrowing potential you need to thrive, not just survive. And we even provide a customized plan to help you meet your goals at your pace.
With easier access to loans and better rates, imagine the possibilities. From car loans to home financing, to new furniture, and getting approved for the best rewards credit cards, ScoreMaster® is the credit score booster you’ve been looking for.
Wondering how to boost your credit score? These are the essential steps for getting on the right path:
- Don’t Miss Payments
Payment history has the biggest impact on your credit scores. As such, you want to avoid missing loan or credit card payments by more than 29 days—if you’re 30 or more days late, it can be reported to credit bureaus and hurt your credit scores.
- Catch Up on Past-Due Accounts
Even though a late payment can remain on your credit report for up to seven years, keeping your accounts current can still positively impact your scores. This will also prevent more late payments and fees from being added to your credit history.
- Pay Down Revolving Account Balances
Maintaining a low balance on credit cards and lines of credit can help you improve your scores. Use ScoreMaster® to see the best times to pay your cards, which can add points to your score very fast. Not only that, see how spending on your credit cards can affect your score.
- Limit How Often You Apply for New Accounts
Each application can lead to a hard inquiry, which may hurt your scores a little. Opening a new account also decreases the average age of your accounts which can also negatively impact your scores.
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