Better Credit Defies UK Credit Crunch

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Despite the UK Credit Crunch, countless UK residents, with a poor credit history, are finding that they can still obtain credit, thanks to a new consumer website: http://www.bettercredit.co.uk.

Better Credit is pleased to announce the recent launch of its website: http://www.bettercredit.co.uk, which is dedicated to giving credit access to UK residents with a poor credit history. Many companies specialise in granting credit to people who have been turned down elsewhere, and these companies often don't require a credit check. The Better Credit website facilitates the introduction to this type of company. As well as introducing people to various forms of credit, the site is a useful resource, giving information about the different types of credit available, to help consumers evaluate the options open to them. There is also a section of the website giving details on how to obtain a free credit report. Types of credit available include mortgage loans, car loans, unsecured loans, payday loans and credit cards.

The site features a useful article page covering topics such as, 'How to improve your Credit Score', and 'Using the Equity in your Home to Borrow More'. Additionally, the website has a handy resource links page giving website addresses of many related industries, such as estate agents and mortgage brokers.

Simon Burgess, spokesman for http://www.bettercredit.co.uk comments, 'We aim to help people with a poor credit history by giving them access to many sources of credit that they would not find on the High Street. Once they can demonstrate that they have been able to obtain credit, and can maintain regular payments, they can start to rebuild their credit history so that they will have more options open to them in the future.'

The better credit website is open to all UK residents, but the types of credit available can depend on factors such as employment status and home ownership. Further details are available on the website.

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