We can help you get a car loan with Medical Bills.
The nation's top credit-score provider, FICO, is changing the rules in Fall 2015.
Receiving a credit card or getting a home or car loan will affect your credit score.
Paying a bill late or finding yourself in collections will begin a downward credit spiral.
Homes, cars and credit cards are all things you sign up for. But going to the hospital isn't
typically on a person's "to-do" list, and the provider recognizes that. If you have medical
debt in collection, your credit score may actually go up.
FICO scores also show lenders if a consumer is risky. With medical bills having less of
a negative impact on your credit score, you might be able to get better deals or lower
interest rates on auto loans and credit cards.
FICO will also start ignoring medical debts in collection that have been completely paid