Is Online banking bad for the credit score? Im trying to start credit. Is it bad for credit score?

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I heard that if you pay credit card bills with online banking that it wont help you build score. Im trying to pay off a credit debt and im paying with online banking instead of driving to the bank.

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    July 17, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    it isn’t BAD, it just doesn’t affect it at all.
    if you want to build a credit score then you can start with credit cards but it isn’t going to do anything BIG for your score. if you want a great credit score get a loan or something. that is big.

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    July 17, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    Paying it off is……….paying it off…
    doesn’t matter if you pay it off in pennies!!
    HOW you pay it off matters NOT!
    As long as it’s NOT LATE

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    Just here.
    July 17, 2011 at 9:25 pm

    Banking online has NOTHING to do with your credit score. If you make your payments on time no matter how you pay it counts. Your creditors dont care HOW you make the payment as long as you make it.
    Dont know where you heard such a thing.

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    Me Only
    July 17, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    I know that every time you ask for credit it lowers your score.
    I went for a mortgage and had bad credit from before anda lot of companies said yea, we’ll do it… gave me a credit score, said yes, found some clause which meant that they wouldnt give me a loan after all and I’d have to go somewhere else… knowing this was knocking my credit score further and less people would touch me.

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    July 17, 2011 at 10:11 pm

    Your credit will not suffer if you pay on-line, on the contrary it will assist you. It will only suffer if you do NOT pay your bills.

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    Credit Healer Software
    July 17, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    Not at all. In fact, there’s a good habit to check your accounts on-line. This will allow you to trace all your financial activities and will give you the heads up if something goes wrong before it’s too late.
    Credit score is ONLY affected if you pull your credit reports when asking for credit.
    Most people even think that checking their credit reports through the credit bureaus will lower their score, and they’re wrong. You may check your report as many times as you wish, with no negative impact at all, as long as you do it directly with the bureaus.
    The only government-sponsored site for this is:

    Do not give away your money to third parties with similar names. If you check your reports and find any kind of error or even want to boost your credit score to the limit, you may use the most popular tool for credit repair. I suggest you to see:

    Here you will find all sorts of tips to star successfully a credit history as well as how to correct the information held in your reports in case is negative.

    I hope this info helps you in some way.


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    July 17, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    Bad credit is one of the worst problems to have… however there exists a solution. I will hereby talk from my personal experience. I did debt consolidation a couple of years ago, however If I had to do it again I would pay to some minor details, if someone wants to get out of debt today it is pretty easy with a debt consolidation plan, however it may get a bit tricky at times,

    I suggest you get as much information as possible online on this first, a good place to start in my humble opinion is astraight to the point ebook with question and answer I found :

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