Repair your credit with tradelines
We have already explained what a tradeline is, but to refresh your memory, here is a brief explanation. A tradeline is any type of account that appears on your credit report. Although it is worth noting that nowadays a tradeline is also known as adding someone as an authorized user which will be recorded on your credit history.
As for credit repair, what the user seeks is the removal of negative information from your credit report, such information is sometimes inaccurate, sometimes caused by the same user, but all seek the same purpose, to correct such information to repair your credit.
You must keep in mind that tradelines and credit repair are two very different things although they go hand in hand. When we talk about tradelines we are referring to adding a new positive account to our credit report in order to get a good credit history, that is to say, a credit with a good score.
On the other hand, when we refer to credit repair, we are focusing on removing negative or inaccurate information from our credit record or credit report.
These two factors improve your credit, but most people prefer to buy commercial lines, as this is a much faster method.
It is advisable to repair credit first, before adding trade lines, because if you try to do both at the same time you may not see the results you are looking for, as the information on your negative accounts may overshadow the impact of the tradelines.
But these actions will depend on how much your credit is affected and how much negative information it contains.
It is advisable to receive advice from the company that is going to provide the tradelines service. They will let you know which is the first and most advisable option for your situation.
Keep in mind that the tradelines cannot eliminate negative information from your credit report, but they can help you improve your credit in the midst of this, all it takes is one good action.