I1-I9 payment codes. The range of payment codes for installment accounts. I1 is an indication of a good payment history and I9 is an indication of a poor payment history. • “Charged-Off.” This means the creditor has acknowledged your debt as a loss in its financial records.
I9. R9. O9. Bad debt; placed for collection.
Federal regulations state you must retain a Form I-9 for each person you hire for three years after the date of hire, or one year after the date employment ends, whichever is later.
Status 8. Status 8 on an account shows it to be in default. A default means you did not keep to your credit agreement and you have not responded to requests to bring your account up to date.
6: 150-179 days overdue. X: 180+ days overdue. C: 'Account is closed' A: 'Not associated' R: 'Not reported' – the bank or credit provider didn't provide payment history for this period, which is a fault with the credit provider, not necessarily you as an account holder.
MO PMT: monthly payment for the account. MO REV: number of months the account has been reviewed. Number of times payment has been late for the indicated time frames. STATUS: current status of the account as of the Date Reported.
Although ranges vary depending on the credit scoring model, generally credit scores from 580 to 669 are considered fair; 670 to 739 are considered good; 740 to 799 are considered very good; and 800 and up are considered excellent.
What does an R1 mean on a credit report? An R1 credit rating is the best rating you can have as it indicates to creditors that you will pay back funds in the shortest amount of time, typically within a month. This score signifies your reliability but takes time to establish.
Use Form I-9 to verify the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must properly complete Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States.
The truth is, there's no concrete answer as it will depend on how much the collection is currently impacting your account. If the collection has lowered your score by 100 points, getting it deleted should increase your score by 100 points.
Unfortunately, paid collections don't automatically mean an increase in credit score. But if you managed to get the accounts deleted on your report, you can see up to 150 points increase.
When an account displays a status of "charge off," it means the account is closed to future use, although the debt is still owed. The credit grantor may continue to report the past due amount and the balance owed.
R9 credit can be resolved in one of a few ways:
1. You can pay the debt in full – it should be removed 7 years from the date the debt has been paid in full. 2. You can make a settlement on the debt with your creditor(s) the R9 credit should be removed from your credit 7 years from the date it is reported as settled.
Level 3 (L3) Verification
Every new Credit Score Junkies member must complete an L3 Verification to verify his/her identity before accessing personal credit information on the membership website. Once this is complete, all of your plan benefits will be available and monitoring will begin.
As mentioned above, a 680 credit score is high enough to qualify for most major home loan programs. That gives you some flexibility when choosing a home loan. You can decide which program will work best for you based on your down payment, monthly budget, and long–term goals – not just your credit score.
If your credit score is a 678 or higher, and you meet other requirements, you should not have any problem getting a mortgage. Credit scores in the 620-680 range are generally considered fair credit. There are many mortgage lenders that offer loan programs to borrowers with credit scores in the 500s.
It's recommended you have a credit score of 620 or higher when you apply for a conventional loan. If your score is below 620, lenders either won't be able to approve your loan or may be required to offer you a higher interest rate, which can result in higher monthly payments.
An R7 rating means that you have done a consumer proposal, a credit counselling program or you are making payments through an agreed arrangement to pay off your debt. An R8 is given when repossession has taken place, such as a car repossessed and sold, to pay off the loan.
For example, "M" stands for "Maker" which means that there is a co-signer along with the primary owner of the account. "C" is used to indicate who the co-signer of an account is, while "S" means that you're a co-signer and will become liable if the maker defaults.
No, not just anyone can look at your credit report. To access your report, an organization must have what's called "permissible purpose."
Hard inquiries appear when you've given someone permission to check your credit report in order to process a credit or loan application — these can also lower your score. Soft credit inquiries don't harm your credit score but do involve someone checking your score.
o CUR WAS 30 - account was late more than 30 days previously and is now current.