09-17-2013 08:23 PM
Im sure I can use my home address. I just read other articles saying not to so I was a bit scared. lol.
If I open up the 5 trade lines, then go to the second tier, and then third tier, how long abouts will that take me? My goal is to eventually acquire 2 or 3 10K+ credit cards.
Thank you again. : ]
I have some time normally you find me all over the forum CC, rebuilding, business, Etc etc
If you have time to give me more of your profile I can make some suggestions because you don't always have to go the tier route depending on credit and how business is setup and length of time in business.
How is your company setup? I.E. LLC, Corp, self proprietor
How are your credit scores?
Do you have an EIN # and business phone yet?
Have to set up a bank account for business?
Do you have any baddies on CR's and if so what are they?
09-17-2013 08:29 PM
Okay, perhaps you will let me PM you then? Thank you very much!
Of course you can glad to help like I said I want you to get the right info with the best chance for success
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