Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) January 07, 2012
The leading online resource for people with bad credit, ReallyBadCreditOffers.com, has released a new resource for people listed in the CHEX system who need a bank checking account. The online resource is offering information to help connect people with banks willing to offer second chance checking accounts to the high risk.
The website offers a number of information resources and services to help people rebuild after financial problems. In addition, various easy to get loan offers and credit cards for people with bad credit are compared so people can get immediate financial relief. The site lays out both the advantages and disadvantages of each type of offer so that the consumer can make an informed decision on which help is best for their particular circumstance.
Ariel Pryor, credit expert said, “Facing financial uncertainty is tough, it can feel like the whole world is conspiring against you. We work to let people know they are not alone, and there are people willing to help.”
The site works to connect people with the financial help or advice that can provide relief. There are many lenders in the financial industry that specialize in loans for those with bad credit, no credit, frequently delinquent credit, and even for those that have gone through a bankruptcy.
“The interest rates on bad credit loans are not as competitive as regular personal loans, but they are a means of achieving emergency relief when other options have been exhausted. The interest rate on credit cards can be as much as 50% higher than personal loan offers,” added Pryor.
Bank checking accounts for bad credit are a vital first step towards rebuilding oneself financially the site reports. As consumers struggle to rebuild they are often denied the very services that help them rebuild their financial reputation. In addition to providing recommended offers the site has provides do-it-yourself guides to credit repair and bettering ones finances.
The online resource for people struggling with bad credit, it has helped over 100,000 since its inception in 2007. It works to connect people facing financial difficult with the help they need, and providing the emergency financial resources offering fast help when people need it most.
Ariel Pryor, Bad Credit Expert