Buying an Authorized Tradeline from Top Tradelines: What Does it All Mean?
So you’re considering purchasing an authorized user tradelines from Top Tradelines. But you’re confused about what everything means while you’re browsing our available inventory. We’re here to walk you all through it. So let’s take a look.
Browsing Through the Inventory
When browsing through our current inventory, you’ll note that there are a few odd terms you’ll need to consider when deciding which package to purchase.
For one, what does “est. score increase” mean? The estimated score increase is the rate by which the authorized user tradelines are projected to raise your credit score by. For instance, one package will allow you to increase your credit score by 30 points. Granted, this depends on a variety of factors, including your own payment history, and so should you opt to buy a specific package, you may see an increase in score that’s higher or lower than the projected amount.
The estimated reporting date is the projected date that the account will be reported by various credit reporting agencies, meaning that this is the date where you should see an increase in your credit score.
Now, you’ll notice in the right-hand corner of the inventory overview that there’s an icon that says “2x”. What does this mean? This indicates that the authorized user tradelines will be available as part of your credit reports for approximately 60 days. Otherwise, these authorized user tradelines are available for 30 days.
With all that in mind, buying authorized user tradelines through Top Tradelines should be a less daunting experience.