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What are Tradelines?

Experian: Entry by a credit grantor to a customer’s credit history continued by a credit reporting agency. A trade line defines the consumer’s account status and activity. Tradeline info comprises names of businesses where the applicant has financial records, dates accounts were opened, credit limits, types of accounts, balances owed and payment histories.” Equifax: "concisely defines trade lines as “A credit industry term for an account recorded on a credit report.

Tradelines is a well-known secret, Tradelines used by broker's, real estate agents, etc. Tradelines can boost your score fast (30-60 days) and can help you to be qualify for credit cards, loans, cards, etc. Today tradelines are the faster process to boost credit score.

Main Two Types of Tradelines

Primary Tradelines

Primary tradelines are accounts that under your name or you’re a cosigner. With primary tradelines you’re responsible for all debts basically because you’re the Primary Account Holder.

Authorized User Tradelines

With authorized user tradelines your basically an authorized user inside other ”Primary Account" that belong to someone else. Now with authorized user tradelines you’re not financial responsibility on this account, even if it is clear that the charges were made by you.The history of the account is reported to the credit bureaus, so if you and the Primary Account Holder pay is bills on time and use less than 30% of is balance it will boost your personal credit score. Here are our available individual Authorized User tradelines:

Tradelines
US BANK 2009 $15000 REPORTS THE 8TH
COST: $950

CHASE 2013 $6500 REPORTS THE 12TH COST:$750

CITI HILTON 2014 $19,600 REPORTS THE 13TH
COST:$1050

CHASE 2008 $5400 REPORTS THE 15TH
COST:$900

KEY BANK 2007 $20,000 REPORTS THE 16TH
COST:$1050

CHASE 2013 $14,000 REPORTS THE 19TH
COST:$900

CITI BANK 2011 $4000 REPORTS THE 20TH
COST:$700

CHASE 2014 $30,000 REPORTS THE 22D
COST:$1150

BARCLAY 2013 $17,000 REPORTS THE 26TH
COST:$875

BARCLAY 2014 $25,000 REPORTS THE 26TH
COST:$1000

BARCLAY 2013 $30,000 REPORTS THE 27TH
COST:$1100

BARCLAY 2011 $2430 REPORTS THE 30TH
COST:$625

KEY BANK 2008 $4000 REPORTS THE 31ST
COST:$750

More you need to know

A tradeline is simply an account on your credit report. Every account, whether it is good or bad is called a tradeline or trade reference. Good example is when you open up a credit card, soon after you start using it, it will show up on your credit report. The ideal tradelines accounts to have on your credit report is the ones who can tell a story that fit for your needs. A low balance (15% or less).

Boosting your credit score with Tradelines

Adding a tradelines to your credit profile will transfer is history to you. Shortly after adding tradelines to your profile you will notice them inside your credit report and it will show up like it’s there from the day this account was opened.

We and our clients love to use tradelines because it can boost a score fast and get you the score you need in 30-60 days