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RentReporters is a new financial service, offering customers a variety of options, free and paid for, to help with the process of controlling and improving your credit score. As they are such a new service, it's best to listen to the reivews and experiences of previous customers before commiting yourself.

Most people don't know what a credit score even is growing up, and some do indelible damage through mismanagement of money early in their life, which haunts them for year. It can affect getting a credit-card, paying for you phone bills and buying a house, but most options for improving your credit score require taking on debt. RentReporters think you don't need to borrow money to prove your trustworthiness when you are already making regular payment with your rent. The service they provide is a channel of communication between the credit agencies and your landowners, confirming that you are in fact paying rent and therefore probably deserve a better credit score that the one you currently have. This benefits of doing this include lower interests on your credit card and better mortgages, so RentReporters reckon it is really worth your while. They also provide Landowners with a screening service to make sure they tenants are the quality they are looking for.

What experience have customers had with this service though? Customer care and attention to detail are key with such private and important information, so can they be relied upon? And how much impact does this sort of credit information really have on your score? Read experiences and stories from others before you start sharing your rent information.

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