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What exact questions does a bank ask on a car loan application?
Are loan checks received in the mail from credit card companies on the up and up?
What can I do to improve my credit score?
I have been receiving credit card offers in the mail. I am 17 and work part-time. Would it be a good idea for me to get a credit card?
If my debit card has a “Visa” logo on it, is it a credit card?
I need to know if I can already have bad credit when I’m still under 18 years old. And how can I find out if I have bad credit already or not?
What fees are there for using credit?
Hi. I am 19 years old and would like to know how I can get credit so that when I am 21 I’ll have the credit I need to buy a car.
I am a 17 year old, work full-time, and would like to apply for a credit card. I already have a debit card. What do I need to do?
I am writing to you for guidance on/or referrals facing an unfair consolidation student loan I am repaying. I am currently paying a 14.25% interest rate. Nevertheless, my credit score is 700 and I haven’t had a single late payment on the account in well over six years. I have held the same job for six years. My income has recently spiked as well, and I have no credit card debt. I have attempted to refinance and all the company says they can give me is approximately 14%. Any advice or guidance you could provide will be immensely appreciated. Thank you!
Is it better to get a secured high interest loan to pay off credit card debt or pay off lower interest credit cards one at a time?
If I can not afford to continue paying my car loan what can I do?
What will happen if I don’t pay my credit card bill?
If my credit card is lost or stolen, how much can I be held responsible for?
What is a credit score?
What is a good credit score?
What is a home equity-interest only loan?
What is credit?
How can I find out what my credit score is?
Hi. I have two credit card balances, one for $1,900 at 3.9% and one for $3,450 also at 3.9%. How should I pay them down? Should I pay the lesser one off first or split payments for both accounts?
I have a larger, high interest loan, and a smaller, low interest loan. Does it make more sense to make larger payments on the high interest loan, knowing it will take longer to pay off, or should I make larger payments against the low interest loan, paying it off early, then applying that additional money to the high-interest payment?
Who decides the rates for home, auto, personal, and other types of loans?
Can I find out who took money using my credit card?
Why do banks charge the consumer more than the rates set by the Federal Reserve?
If I transfer one credit card balance to a lower interest credit card, will this go against my credit?