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Credit Rejection Condition

With more and more people landing into debt related issues, the only thing that seems to be viable is the credit record. In general, it is observed that an American citizen accumulates as much as $9000 because of his credit card. In fact, it is your credit report that shows how well you are able to manage your finances. With the help of this report, one can evaluate your previous as well as present credits. In fact, the creditors also judge your worthiness after taking a look at this report. More specifically, it is through this report that the creditor comes to know about your efficiency and regularity when it comes to repaying the loan.

Let us now take a look at some of the conditions under which your application for credit card may be rejected.

  • If you have not stayed at your physical address or job for a minimum of three years, then credit rejection is a possibility.
  • You should provide an authentic and convincing reason to the creditors for getting the loan.
  • There may be cases where you need to count on your cosigner for applying for the loan. However, if the creditor doubts the credibility of the cosigner he may not grant you the loan.
  • You may not be granted further credit if your outstanding balance on present accounts is too high.
  • The credit may be refused if there are some errors on the report. Hence, in case of refusal, don't forget to ask for a free copy for review.
  • If your report shows that you have opted for too many credit lines at one time, then your application for loan may be refused. Often under such situations, your motives are questioned. Hence, if your creditor has refused to grant you the loan, make sure to wait for sometime prior to re-applying.

If you have landed into huge debt issues, then don't forget to go for debt consolidation plans. By enrolling in these programs, your credit will in no way be hampered. The best part about them is that you don't have to invest any amount for getting enrolled.


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