seasoned tradelines post

18 Aug 2013

What does the “seasoned” mean in seasoned tradelines?

Seasoned Tradelines? Because we get so many good questions about seasoned tradelines from our customers here at Superior Tradelines, we decided to write a blog post and answer them rather than making you search through our frequently asked questions or submit questions to our forum.

What are seasoned tradelines?

In another post, we explained what a trade line is, which you can read by clicking here. There is technically no difference between a tradeline and a seasoned tradeline. The “seasoned” part simply implies that the tradeline has history. It should be safely assumed that when you are buying tradelines for the purpose of boosting your credit score, that the seasoned tradeline is actually seasoned; that it actually has a positive history of on time payments.

Where is the best place to get seasoned tradelines?

There are 25,500 results for seasoned tradelines on google as of the time of this post. So, often times, people are curious as to the best place to buy seasoned tradelines. You will find places to buy them on all major search engines, craigslist, back page, etc. As with any product, you would probably be foolish to purchase seasoned tradelines from some guy in the middle of nowhere who advertises on craigslist, has no business name or record of a registered business, doesn’t take phone calls and asks for up front fees. You need to be smart about your purchase and research many different companies, check for reviews on (or similar consumer protection sites), ensure the company is actually a business (you can check the public records), and make sure they don’t take up front fees (unless they are bonded with the state). Despite popular opinion, there ARE many legitimate companies that provide seasoned tradelines, its just that there are more of them that fall into the illegitimate category.

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