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Bad Credit

Your credit score is like a report card for your financial health. If you have good credit, it means that you pay your bills on time and keep your debt under control. If you have bad credit, that means that you've missed payments or carried more debt than you can afford to pay back.

What's the difference between good and bad credit? How do you know if your score is good or bad? And what does it mean for the loans and services you need? Pioneer Bank in Central Wisconsin is here to help answer these questions and more!

What is a credit score?

A credit score is a measure of your financial reputation. It's calculated from the information in your credit report, which shows details about your financial history and includes a summary of any loans you've taken out. In general, the higher your credit score, the better.

What is bad credit?

Bad credit is defined as having a low credit score-usually anything below 650. This means that you have trouble getting approved for loans because lenders see you as risky. Bad credit can be caused by late payments or defaulting on loans or bills.

There are many different scoring models out there, but generally speaking, anything below 650 is considered a "bad" credit report-and any score below 600 is considered very bad! Having a low score means paying higher interest rates on loans than someone with a higher score would pay. It also means that you might not be able to get approved for enough money to buy the things you need or want in life.

The importance of having good credit goes beyond just getting a loan. Having bad credit not only means you can't get the best interest rates, but it also makes it more difficult to rent an apartment or buy things like cell phones and furniture.

Bad Credit Loans

You don't need to wait for your credit score to go up before you can get a loan. We offer cash loans for people with bad credit, so you can get the cash you need now-without having to wait.

We know that sometimes you need a little extra help to make ends meet or pay off an unexpected expense. When you have bad credit, it can be hard to find a lender who will approve your application. But at Pioneer Bank in Central Wisconsin, we understand that life happens, and we want to help you get back on track as quickly as possible. That's why we offer cash loans for people with bad credit-so you can get the money you need within 24 hours of applying!

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    Contact Information
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Main Office:
5758 Main Street
PO Box 220
Auburndale, WI 54412

Email: info@pioneerbank.net

Fax: 1-715-652-3231
  24-Hour Telephone Banking:
(Local) 1-715-652-3735 or
(Toll Free) 1-888-9-BANK-WI or 1-888-922-6594

Phone:
(Local) 1-715-652-2105 or
(Toll Free) 1-800-326-4424
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