Pursuit 180 | Tradelines

Tradeline

Tradelines.

Piggybacking” tradelines is a practice involving seasoned tradelines which uses a creditworthy borrower’s accounts to improve the credit rating of an

unrelated third party.The creditworthy borrower adds the third party as an authorized user of his lines of credit, but does not actually provide the third party with materials (credit cards, account numbers, etc.) that would permit the third party to make charges against that account.
The benefit to the third party is an improvement in their personal credit rating—their credit score increases.

Tradelines- 60 day maximum turnaround
​ time to post to credit.
Keep in mind that the inventory changes from month to month, so we will update you frequently as to when we have tradelines available for you. The frequent emails will include pricing for each specific tradeline.

Building business with this method is independent of your personal credit!
Again, your personal credit scores do not matter when building business credit through Dun and Bradstreet (D&B).

This process of building your business credit will take a year to make sure your company is in compliance, your D&B is established, has trade accounts established, and more. Apply and receive free consultation.

Tradelines, increasing credit scores, one line at a time. Tradelines can increase credit scores more efficiently, effectively, yet less costly.

A tradeline is essentially a credit card (or any account on your credit report). It is often associated with authorized users being added in order to gain a credit increase.

 

 

Tradelines have long been a mechanism for credit improvement and credit management. Understanding how tradelines work, and the difference between trade lines and credit repair, is as simple as the following two sentences:

  • credit repair is the process by which you remove negative items from your report
  • tradelines is the process by which you at positive accounts to report

Learn more about adding lines of credit to your credit report by reading below.

Tradelines: Removing accounts vs. adding accounts?

Both credit repair and adding tradelines for credit enhancement have the same effect… increasing your credit score. But, what are tradelines, exactly? Tradelines are the accounts appearing on your credit report.  Any account reporting on your credit file is called a tradeline.

Adding lines of credit to report is much simpler then removing negative items, which is why you’ve probably been searching for tradelines for sale.  But, how does adding trade lines help your credit score?  Well, the trick is to add a seasoned tradeline, that is, a line of credit with a history of on time payments and a low debt to credit ratio.  Once the line has reported to your credit file, the effect on your credit score is immediate, as the new account characteristics positively adjust calculation of your score produced by FICO®, Vantage, Beacon, etc.  While there are many scores developed by many different companies, a large majority of lenders use FICO® score, which is made up of 40% revolving credit accounts; therefore, our lines of credit positively affect 40% of your credit score.

Where can I get tradelines of credit?

We specialize in adding in listing deals for trade lines and we’re able to do so at discounted prices or wholesale prices, unlike most of the companies on the internet.  We can do so as a result of an efficiency process.  We provide the opportunity for you to piggybacking on an account with perfect payment history, enabling you to boost your credit score and a reasonable cost.

Where shouldn’t you buy trade lines?

If you found a trade line company through craigslist you’re only asking for trouble.  You need to make sure the trade line company is responsible, trustworthy and can actually deliver on their products promised.