What is a bad credit?
When someone is said to have a bad credit, it means that they have had difficulty paying back a loan in the past, consequentially pulling down their credit score. Bad credit suggests that a borrower has a low credit score. Late payments, missing out on payments, maxing out a credit card and bankruptcy all contribute to a low credit score and bad credit. Generally, a score between 300-630 is considered to be bad.
When you have a bad credit history, loans are difficult to get in Canada, regardless of where you stay in Canada or how long you have stayed.
What documents do I need to get a bad credit loan?
When you have a poor credit history, and you wish to get a bad credit loan from banks and other financial institutions, come prepared with your financial information. They would like to dive into your financial history: your monthly income, including the ones from your side gibs, your expenses, assets that can be used as collateral, in case there is a breach in contract and agreement on your part. Be also ready to answer questions that might relate to your poor credit cards and debts.
Having said all these,
• Income proof: At this point, you have to be as transparent as possible. Present all your pay stubs, alimony or child support program documents, government assistance payment details, bank account statement, tax returns with assessment notices.
• Assets: Create a list for this, and if you have an
• Monthly expenses
• Credit history and debt related questions: Questions related to your bad credit and debts can be raised by your creditors, so you might need a credit report that tells them about your financial history and information.
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