Credit

An informal term referring to borrowers and applicants with extremely damaged and abysmal credit, usually with credit scores below 500. The only financing hope for D-credit borrowers would be expensive non-conforming loan programs. D-grade borrowers are often currently in foreclosure , bankruptcy or repossession—or have just completed such actions within the past year. Consumers can still be graded "D" when the foreclosure , bankruptcy or repossession is two to five years old if that consumer has not made strides in rebuilding credit. However, with proper attention to debt payments, a D-credit borrower can usually return to A-grade within five to seven years. For more information, see the "Analyzing Credit Reports" article in the "About Loan Processing" section.

Emergency Quick Cash

Emergency Quick Cash

At least once in every person’s life comes a time when the need is great and the resources are few. It can be hard enough to make ends meet on a decent wage, but, when the times get tough and the money just is not there to meet the need, a person can easily despair.

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