Credit rating after discharge
May 14th, 2006 by Questions
I\’m not real clear on this. It seems as though you will have the r9 rating with you for 6 years after discharge. Yet, I\’ve read the best way to rebuild your credit back up is to get a secured credit card, or a small loan after dischage, and start paying those diligently and on time. After a year or two, credit improves. My question is though, what difference does it make if you will still have the r9 hanging over your head for 6 years? Why not just wait till the 6 years is up? Do you get an improved score, but with an r9 beside it? Would someone please clarify.
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