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Read moreThe ABC has been inundated with calls from people who want to know how to get out of paying off credit card debts.
Here are 10 tips to get your credit scores up to snuff and out of the junk.
Put your credit card in a safe deposit boxThe safest way to secure your credit is to keep your credit cards in a cashier’s safe depositbox.
This is because most banks won’t accept your old cards.
However, some of the most popular credit cards offer a $100 statement credit.
This means that you can pay your credit off at any time.2.
Get a credit reportThe first step to getting your credit history straight is to get a credit score from Equifax.
This will give you a detailed snapshot of how your credit was used.3.
Get credit alertsThis is a great way to get alerts on your bank account balances, credit card transactions, interest rates and more.4.
Make a credit checkIf you’ve got a credit card with an open balance, make a credit checking appointment at your local credit union.
Track your debtsWith your credit report, you can monitor your spending, the number of payments you make, the interest you pay and more on a daily basis.6.
Apply for a new cardYou can apply for a different card for any reason.
Check your credit ratingThere are various ways to track your credit reports.
The best way is to look at your credit file, which is a list of all the cards you’ve used, and any outstanding balances.8.
Pay your credit debts in fullIf you owe a large amount of money on a credit or overdraft card, this will help you to get back to your former debts.
Check for fraudulent chargesYou can check your credit with the consumer watchdog organisation Consumer Action.
Apply to borrowMoney borrowed from a bank or credit union is free to borrow.
You can get more information about paying credit cards from the Australian Financial Review.