Make frequent payments
If you are able to make small payments — often called micropayments — throughout the month, that can help keep your credit card balances down and improve your credit. Making multiple payments throughout the month moves the needle on a credit score factor called credit utilization. After payment history, this is another factor that highly influences your score. If you’re able to keep your utilization low instead of letting it build toward a payment due date, it should benefit your score right away.
Ask for higher credit limits. When your credit limit goes up and your balance stays the same, it instantly lowers your overall credit utilization, which can improve your credit. Call your card issuer and ask if you can get a higher limit without a “hard” credit inquiry, which can temporarily drop your score a few points. If your income has gone up or you’ve added more years of positive credit experience, you have a decent shot at getting a higher limit. Some issuers may also be willing to work with you during the COVID-19 crisis.
Credit Services of America has been assisting thousands of people over the past nearly decade to be able to show them results through these steps among many others that we use as tools to help people and their road to recovery.
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