FAQs

       
Do you repair or correct negative or incorrect information?

No, we do not. We have several partners that can refer you too.

How long does it take to appear on my credit report?

We can guarantee that our credit card(s) will appear on at least one of your three credit reports in less than 60 days from the first expected monthly reporting date, or we will give you all your money back. Typically they will appear in less than 30 days; most of the time it takes just a week or two.

How long does the credit card remain on my credit report?

Primary Cardholders are required by contract to keep you listed as an Authorized User on their credit card for no less than 60 days. As a result, we guarantee the history of the card you have chosen will remain on your credit report for at least 60 days. In the unexpected event that the card(s) falls off your credit sooner than 60 days, we will either issue a pro-rated refund of your money, or re-add you to the card for an additional reporting cycle, at no additional cost to you. If the card does fall off your credit report after the 60-day lease term expires, and you are still in need of a boosted credit score, we can always renew your lease under the same terms.

Now that my credit score is boosted, what do I do?

You can apply for your loan, apply for the job you wanted, or for premium car or home owners’ insurance! Start your own business! But whatever you do, remember one thing, this is not a ticket for a shopping spree. Be responsible with your new credit score. Be smart. Plan ahead and stick to your plan. It is very easy to succumb to the temptations of the credit world, but it is those of us who can manage our emotions with self-control and logical reasoning who will become masters of our financial future. Remember, a good credit customer is one who can pay off their ENTIRE balance in full every month. Practice this and it will repay you for the rest of your life.

What happens after I am removed from the card?

Most credit card companies tend to leave the account history on your credit report anywhere from 6 months to several years; more than enough time for you to go out and get approved for the loan you need. This long lasting benefit will also grant you the time necessary to continue to build your credit score the traditional way, only with lower interest rates. However, do not procrastinate with your plan as it is still possible for the card to fall off immediately after the 60 days expires. At this point, it is completely outside of our control.

Will the bank change my interest rates if and when the Authorized User

Once you close on a loan, the bank is contractually bound to hold those loan terms and conditions as agreed in your contract. They cannot change the terms solely because your status as an Authorized User has been removed after closing. You will likely continue to qualify for the lower rates, as long as your loan closes before, and if, the tradelines fall off your credit report.

Do you work on business credit?

All of the cards we lease are personal credit cards, we do not and cannot help build your business credit profile. However, building your personal credit first can be a huge help in obtaining business credit. Also, keep in mind that business accounts report to the business reporting agencies, Dunn & Bradstreet, Experian Business, and Equifax Business, and not to the personal credit reporting agencies (Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax), and therefore do not help your personal FICO® score.

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