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

    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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    Default Rent to Own stores

    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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    Default They do help

    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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