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A Quick and Easy How-To for Fixing Credit Report Errors

A Quick and Easy How-To for Fixing Credit Report Errors

While it may come as no surprise that great credit works in your favor when applying for a loan, many car buyers are shocked to discover that one of the most common issues with an individual’s credit isn’t due to a poor track record of financial mismanagement, but rather errors made by creditors or credit reporting agencies! In order to ensure you’re getting a fair interest rate on your auto loan, follow these tips for finding and fixing any credit report errors that could be affecting your score.

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The Equifax Breach: What Car Buyers Should Know

The Equifax Breach: What Car Buyers Should Know

In early September, media outlets ran wild with details about a data breach that took place at one of the country’s three major credit reporting agencies. Equifax announced nearly 143 million consumers were affected, with their personal information like date of birth, social security number, and home address compromised in the breach. Also, credit card numbers for an estimated 209,000 Americans and credit dispute documents for 182,000 consumers were compromised. In the wrong hands, these identifying details could be used to open new credit accounts that have a harmful long-term effect on an individual’s credit history and score.

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Is Timing Really Everything When Buying a Car?

Is Timing Really Everything When Buying a Car?

If you’re like most people, you probably want to feel like you’ve scored the deal of a lifetime when making a major purchase. Buying a car fits firmly into that category, much like scoring noticeable savings on a new TV or a dream vacation. Regardless of whether your car purchase was planned well in advance or showed up as an urgent need, driving off the lot with a new set of wheels is more exhilarating when you know you saved some cash in the process.

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