What you should know before buying a tradeline!
Most people who know the financial industry and are involved in the whole world of credit, credit scoring and credit repair know the incredible benefits of commercial lines, but the vast majority make certain mistakes when it comes to buying a commercial line, they just don’t know how they really work. Big mistake!
How can you get involved in something you don’t know?
That’s why I will show you everything you need to know before buying a commercial line so that you don’t make the same mistakes as others and get the most out of it when you buy your first commercial line.
The first thing you need to know is, how do commercial lines work?
Before you even think about buying a commercial line it is very important that you are very clear about what it is and how it works. If you have no knowledge about this, you run the risk of investing in something that is not going to help you solve your problems.
That is why before buying a commercial line, you should know that it is nothing more than an account in which a user is given authorized permission.
When this happens the user has permission to another person’s account and this record is going to be reflected in the credit history of that person and the best thing about this procedure is that you begin to notice in the credit record of the authorized user a credit history.
Commercial lines are used to create a credit record in the authorized user’s account, a credit history which is what we are looking for, once our credit has been affected or the score is very low. But once you have purchased a commercial line of credit a credit record will appear which could include; bank loans, credit cards, mortgages or car loans.
The best way to build an effective, long-term credit history is to purchase tradelines. Because once you become an authorized user of a good purchased tradeline, your statement will demonstrate a credit history, and even more so if the holder is someone with a good credit history.
You should keep in mind that the amount of tradelines you will need will depend on your specific problem. Some people need 5, 3, 2 or even 1 tradeline to improve their credit. It all depends on the severity and need you have for credit.