Does Aaron's rent to own help build your credit?

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Rodney W
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Does Aaron's rent to own help build your credit?

Postby Rodney W » Fri Feb 04, 2011 4:16 pm

Do rent to own stores like Aaron's help to build your credit? Do they report to the three credit reporting agencies/bureaus?


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Rent to Own stores

Postby lost-in-credit-hell » Fri Mar 23, 2012 1:29 pm

Arrons sales and lease - reports to all three beaures. I was shocked to see my good credit history with them on my credit reports, I have used Rent a Center and Quality and neither of those two showed up.

If it were me, I would use Arrons, and they have exceptional customer service. I have never been unhappy with using them.

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They do help

Postby DPhillips1212 » Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:38 pm

I rented a 70 inch TV from Aarons and used their 120 days same as cash agreement and was able to own my TV interest free! They even price matched the TV when I found it a few hundred dollars less at another store.

Tonight as I was reviewing my credit report, under accounts in good standing it shows Aarons as paid/closed and never late! It does not specify if it is an installment loan or anything and I am looking at my Experian report. Either way, another account in GOOD standing is completely okay by me! I will mention that they reported it AFTER I had paid it off.

I have now contacted them for another TV and I know they will price match that one as well and in 120 days I will have another TV paid for. Being able to budget large expenses is a PLUS :)



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