Both DISH Network and Directv require a basic credit application in order to take advantage of their best promotions. It is not exactly black and white. What I mean is they are not specifically looking at a number, and that is it. They look at credit history, defaulted or late payments on similar services, and things like that.
If I had to guess I'd say 580 and above has a pretty good chance at qualifying. DISH Network has plans for customers who do not have good credit also. Check it out. I hope that helps.
by Davinagirl3 7 years ago
My husband and I are looking to buy a house in the upcoming year. We have run into some trouble looking for a lender because our credit is, for lack of a better term, crap! I am looking for ideas on how to raise our scores. We pay our bills on time, so that isn't the...
by CWanamaker 5 years ago
What are some tips for improving your credit score when no one will issue you a credit card or loan?
by tanakasan 8 years ago
Should you be mad at your significant other for lying about their credit score?Lets say you want to buy a house together; they say their score is 720, but when you ask for proof, their credit report reads 509.
by Karina S. 7 years ago
Do you know how to improve your credit score?
by Laura Wells 3 years ago
How much do student loans really help to build your credit score?After they are paid off, how much do student loans impact your credit score? From what I've heard they negatively affect it a little before you pay them off. What about while someone is making payments? Basically the main thing I want...
by JaneKnowsbest 6 years ago
Why is a credit score a factor in things such as price for auto insurance or employment?
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