If you don't know the differences between traditional and non-traditional credit reports, we provide a thorough explanation of both.
Category: Alternative Credit
Credit agencies collect a lot of data from you, so you need to ensure they do an excellent job protecting your information.
Traditional credit bureaus go behind your back, but alternative credit agencies ask your permission before gathering your data.
If you're reading this, you've probably tried bringing your PRBC alternative credit report to your local bank or credit union and found they don't accept our reports. This leaves you in a pretty tight spot. What should you do if a loan officer refuses to reference your PRBC report?
Through partnerships with creditors (banks, credit unions, and other lenders), TransUnion, Equifax and Experian collect a lot of information on consumers such as yourself. They know whether you forgot to pay your credit card bills, obtained a car loan, pay an additional $1,000 on your mortgage every year, and so forth.
Until now, you might have gone through life without so much as a thought for your credit report. However, when you applied for a car loan, the lender turned you away. Why? You have no credit history.But why should that matter? You pay
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