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Sincerly,
Steve

You are not alone. I'm here to help. There is no need to suffer in silence. We can get through this. Tomorrow can be better than today. Don't give up.


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Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

52 Comments

  • Well they say in 30 days I’ll have built a score but it actually takes 2 months to even get a score and it was in the 600s. I paid my credit card bill fully and on time. Now when I’m trying to get a second credit card, I can’t get a call back and it’s been 2 weeks now?! I understand things come up but at least reply to my email saying you’ll get back to me soon or let me know something. They promised me they would guide me through everything until my score was 780 and they haven’t done so! Now my other friend has their 2nd card and everything. So I agree with Daisy, 1 out 3 get far with new credit history and people like me get scammed!

  • -Ben
    Terry if you became a Auto Dealer tomorrow and requested my social, why in the world would you think you are important enough for me to have to turn over my government identity to you.
    You are not Government, Federal ,Tax or IRS related. If I were a Celebrity, Athlete, Musician or foreigner from another country how would you get me that car?.
    I don’t have a social because I’m not a US citizen. But yet I would have a Car, Bank account and Credit Cards. So you are saying as a citizen I have to turn my social over to whoever ask for it?
    So we are penalized by everyone for having this 9 digit number (SSN)
    Please do your research
    All these links are government links.YES you have to use your social for those things. Not banks, Credit Cards, and Bobs Jewelry store!!

    • As I’ve reported before, if you provide a number other than your true social security number when asked for it in the application of credit, you are committing credit fraud. If you disagree, give me a link to a government website that provides different advice.

      • So you are asking for the people who don’t agree with you to prove a negative. Maybe you need to do some research yourself. Using an SCN is NOT file segregation as per the law. You need to provide the statute that says explicitly that using a SCN is illegal, not you finding things illegal because you think its so. You seem to be shilling for the credit card, debt establishment. So in your world, people should work themselves to death paying off debt, lent at usurious rates, then just sit back and wait 7 years for the beneficent credit bureaus to remove negative credit entries. Sounds like a plan…hmmmm. I do not feel one iota of sympathy for Capital One or Bank of America, straight up proven criminals. If people can squeeze between the law and go around their rigged system, good for them.

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