Category: Credit


If I live in Connecticut and have bad credit, what can I do?

Did you miss out on a major expense this month, like a back to school budget cut? Or an unexpected cost ruined your neatly budgeted expenses? Don’t worry. We promise you’re not alone. A big population of the United States goes through similar problems every month. One way to solve a small financial hiccup like...


What can I do with a 760 credit score?

Congratulations! You’re just one step away from having a perfect score. And with an excellent 760 credit rating, that means you’ll be considered exceptional by FICO. Fantastic news for people who are looking to buy houses or other expensive items in their area because it’s clear they’ve done everything right up until this point –...


What are the best credit cards to build my credit?

If you’re looking to build your credit, you may be wondering which credit card is the best for you. There are a lot of different options out there, building your credit can be a challenge, but there are a few credit cards that can make the process a little bit easier. The best credit cards...


What Does Your Credit Score Start At?

If you’re a young adult applying for credit cards, mortgages, or vehicle loans, you may be curious about your initial credit score. What credit score do you start with when you have no credit cards and are just beginning to develop credit?  What is a credit score? A credit score is a three-digit figure that...


What Can I Do With a 690 Credit Score?

Credit scores are used by lenders to establish your eligibility for financial services such as loans and credit cards. The greater your score, the more goods you can be eligible for. Lenders also use your credit score when calculating interest rates and whether you pay utility deposits. With a 690 credit score, you’re just in...

LendUp Credit Card

LendUp Credit Card and It’s Alternative

LendUp was an American online direct lender that offered high-interest installment, single-payment loans to borrowers with poor credit, and credit cards to consumers with low credit scores using publicly available data to assess creditworthiness. The company was co-founded by Sasha Orloff and Jake Rosenberg and was incubated at Y Combinator (YC). LendUp vowed to provide...

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