with good credit

See: solvent
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If your own credit is too poor to get a personal loan, consider using someone else with good credit as a cosigner.
Marwan Ahmed Lutfi, CEO of AECB said: "In addition to banks, finance companies and Telecom companies, several non-financial institutions are currently using AECB's Credit Reports and Scores and other innovative value-added products to better manage credit risk and reward payments with good credit history.
Car owners with poor credit can pay hundreds -- if not thousands -- more to drive than those with good credit. This plays out in two important ways: higher rates on car loans and, in most states, higher insurance premiums.
Borrowers with good credit histories will be able to get cheaper loans after the Australian government forced the big four banks to share more data on their customers' credit histories.
It allows consumers with good credit to borrow between USD5,000 and USD100,000 with no fees at a fixed rate.
Customers with good credit files could find themselves rejected."
For training set, 137 customers with good credit are classified as bad credit customers for training and 169 customers with bad credit are classified as good credit customers.
Our banks are strong, stable and offer lower interest rates to those with good credit. Take, for example, Credit Union 1.
The company allegedly secretly transfers the deed to the house to a straw buyer with good credit who qualifies for a cash-out refinancing, and then drains the home of equity.
Welcoming the finding, Age Action Ireland's Eamon Timmins said: "Older people with good credit records and evidence of their ability to repay a loan are frequently refused by financial institutions.
Those who are classed as sub-prime will also face higher interest rates and fees than those with good credit records.
"For example, a typical interest rate on an automobile loan for a person with good credit is 3.9% for a 60-month term, but a consumer with bad credit would likely pay approximately 12% interest."