Credit is something that is confusing to many people. Especially for those just starting out to build credit.
That’s why we’re excited to announce the release of our new guide on building credit!
Your guide to building credit
Worry no longer. Our newest guide, Go From 0-850, is a simple to follow, easy to read, free downloadable PDF.
It will take you through the entire process of building credit from scratch. In the 38-beautifully designed pages, you’ll be taken down the smooth and efficient path to a great credit score.
Don’t delay, download the guide today!
Read our previous guides
In addition to the new guide, check out our website for two more free guides; the first is From Dream To Home ( an A-Z informational guide on purchasing a home), and the second is The Ultimate Guide To Tackle Credit Card Debt.
Those two guides were already downloaded by thousands of readers and successfully educated them.
Look out for more!
Following the enthusiastic feedback after the release of our first two guides, we created Go From 0-850, the newest and latest guide on how to build credit. We’re sure it will not disappoint you!
And since we like to keep our readers happy and informed, we’re also working on another guide, to be released in June 2022. The guide will talk about how to maximize your rewards points, such as how to book tickets with points, etc. It’s going to be something next-level, so stay tuned!
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First of all, thank you for this amazing guide.
I would like to point out something that I read in this guide. It says on page 28 “A higher credit limit does not help you build credit”.
I opened the sapphire preferred card in October 2021 and got a credit limit of 7,400 and on feb 5 2022 I got an increase without asking, for 12,400 and my credit went up 19 points! only for this.
I person never knows why their score goes up. Maybe it was because your credit was a month older? Maybe because your credit utilization went down? Legally FiCO needs to disclose which factors have a weight on your credit score. I read all “reason codes” and credit limits are not one of them. Based on what you’re saying then FICO is violating the law