Tradeline

In the broadest sense, a tradeline is any account that appears on your credit report. Different types of tradelines include mortgages, auto loans, student loans, furniture loans, jewelry loans, installment loans, and of course, credit cards of all types. However, if you made it to our website, you may be interested in purchasing tradelines, and that is something a little more specific than this broad definition listed above. We sell authorized user tradelines, which means you can pay to become an authorized user on someone else’s credit card. This account will then appear on your credit report showing your authorized user status.

Providing Equal Opportunity
Traditionally, many parents have been advised to add their kids to their credit cards as authorized users to help establish credit early on to help them get a head start in life. Sadly, not everyone has that parent with good credit to do that. Additionally, a large scale study of 300,000 credit profiles concluded that approximately one-third of our entire nation has one or more authorized user tradelines in their credit file and those people are benefitting from those tradelines. This same study pointed out that minorities and the lower demographic sectors were less likely to have this benefit, which is further evidence of the inequality that exists in our financial system.
We help reduce this inequality by providing an equal opportunity for those who were not fortunate enough to have a friend or family member provide such a favor.

Opportunities To Participate
Being a broker or an affiliate is a great option for just about anyone to help spread the word about our program and receive commissions or referral fees for helping the people around you. There is no cost to join and you can get paid to help people.

How can we help you?

Have any questions about what we do? Feel free to contact us! To schedule a consultation with our firm, call 786 353 0513 or complete the contact form on the Contact Page.

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