Shopping Cart Trick is a blog site that contains useful guides and articles on the ‘soft pull’ method of applying for a credit card, which allows people to get a credit card without damaging their credit score. The site also shows how individuals can use this method to build up their credit scores.
Shopping Cart Trick’s homepage begins with useful information on what people should know before they try the soft pull method. These include the need to opted-in for credit card offers, turning off pop-up blockers or anti-spam tools to view the pre approval offers, only entering the 4 last digits of the social security to number to avoid being denied the card, the fact that the trick works with all credit scores, and being aware that it only works with Comenity Bank.
Shopping Cart Trick also helpfully points out that there are other factors that influence an individual’s credit score such as unfair negative remarks reported on their credit history. For example, inaccurate late payments and bankruptcies. The blog site also provides advice on how to get unfair negatives removed through the use third party organisations such as Lexington Law, which will help in improving an individual’s credit score.
Shopping Cart Trick then moves on to list stores, which have a Comenitystore credit card offer. These stores include Abercrombie & Fitch, Buckle, Coldwater Creek, Gamestop, Jessica London, Motorola, and much more.
Underneath the list, the blog site reaches the important part; how to carry out the soft pull method step-by-step. The process has six steps and begins with clearing the web browser’s history, cookies, and cache. The second step involved choosing a store where the individual wants to get the credit card form and enter their email address, phone number, and email address.
In the third and fourth steps, the site advises people to add a few items in the shopping cart and act as if they were going to buy the items by going through the checkout process. If the Comenity Bank pre approval pop-up appears in the fifth step asking for the last 4 digits of the social security number, the shopping cart trick worked. If it didn’t the site advises repeating the process in step 6.
People can view full details of the soft pull method at www.shoppingcarttrick.net
Company Name: Shopping Cart Trick
Contact Person: Henry Mahon
Address:4533 Formula Lane
State: TX 75234
Country: United States