CRUCIAL ADVICE - A CPN IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR YOUR SSN - NOT AT ALL - NOT EVEN 1% - It is a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT ENTITY !  Treat it as such ! YOU ARE 100% LIABLE FOR ANYTHING YOU DO WITH YOUR CPN - 

1. Select an address that you never used for anything to place on your CPN and make sure the original addressees are aware of this as this is where all of your mail and credit cards under that CPN will go. This will be used with your date of birth and your First and last name only.​
 

2. State issuance does not matter anymore.



3. SSN ADMINISTRATION DOES NOT ISSUE numbers using your DOB ANYMORE. 

​4. Always remember what state your CPN was issued out of. (If you do not know, ask me and I will provide it to you)



5. Memorize your CPN like it’s your social security # because this is the # that will be used for credit instead of your social sec. #.

6. Memorize your new address and the county associated with the city of that new address.



​​7. Be familiar with the addresses associated with your tradelines and know the county of those cities… (because creditors will ask questions pertaining to your credit profile to verify identity when applying for credit) You can Google the county of your city. 

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8. When applying for credit ALWAYS use your new address associated with the CPN, if your license or ID still contains the old address make sure the creditors do not run it with your CPN because this will merge your old credit profile with the new one (You do not want that to happen because it will destroy the CPN you worked so hard to attain. Just tell the creditors that you did not update your address on your ID and or you have been a victim of fraud under that old address (many people have been and not know it)).

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9. Start off applying for department store credit cards (Obtain at least 3 to 5 in-store credit cards before applying for larger credit. such as car loans. (Hint: creditors like to see over $60,000 placed in the annual income section when applying). The small credit will help push your information throughout the 3 credit bureaus. If this is not done in that order, you will have issues when applying for larger credit!!! Stay away from online credit, they are difficult to secure even with excellent credit. Try places such as: Belk’s, Macy’s, hhgregg, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, JCPenney, jewelry stores, Goodyear, Tire Kingdom, Lowes etc. Do not apply for Sears, they are difficult to obtain and they only give small credit limits.

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10. Creditors will ask question pertaining to your credit report… Know what types of tradelines are on your credit profile. Remember if you have only authorized user tradelines and no primaries, you have no installment loans!!! Thus, the answer to all of those questions pertaining to installment loans are either no or none of the above!!! If you have primaries be familiar with them and the company that they are affiliated with.​

11. Do not use the same contact number when applying for credit because the other address is attached to that phone number. This will merge your credit profiles!

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12. Do not attempt to refinance anything that was purchased under your social sec. # with the CPN no matter how great the rates look, because this will also merge your credit profiles together and will be denied credit.

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13. Most importantly never allow anyone to run your old address or any information other than the information you provided them with…It is illegal for someone to use information you did not provide them with for credit check.

14. Do not use CPN for government programs where a social security card has to be presented (for example HUD home loans), filing taxes or employment, this is illegal !!!

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15. When applying for credit or setting up a credit monitoring, provide the “exact” same information and “correct” spelling that was previously placed under your CPN!!! Memorize the information and or keep a copy of that information with you while applying for credit.

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16. Please be advised! It is best to set up a credit monitor (ie. Freecreditreport.com) prior to any tradeline posting to your credit profile. Once the tradelines post it will change your current address to the address associated with the tradeline. As a result, when trying to pull up a copy of your credit file and it asks for the current city and county, you will not be able to provide it. Thus, it is important to know what’s on your credit report at all times!


 

 

This program is not intended to be used as a method of defrauding banks, creditors, or any other organization that requires your social security number as identification. This program is not a method to avoid paying your existing or future debts. If you created the debt, you are responsible to repay that debt. However, we will not support, facilitate, nor condone any fraudulent activity. The information here is informational purposes only and for you to use at your own risk. We are not lawyers or any legal services. We have a non refund policy because of the work needed to give you the info.  

 

Affordable Financials has posted this message in plain sight on the front page of our webpage so consumers can be aware "CPN's" are defined as any 9 digit number which can be used for credit; such as a SSN, ITIN, TIN, or EIN and it is very clear the largest warehouser of converted 9 digit government issued numbers; such as, ITIN, TIN, SSN, and EIN ARE IN FACT FOUND THROUGH OUT THE BANKING WORLD AND WITHIN THE BANKS DATABASE and ATTACHED TO CREDIT AND LOAN FOLDER LEGALLY ORIGINATED BY THESE SAME BANKS.

IT IS OUR STATEMENT THAT Affordable Financials IS NOT ENGAGING IN ANY PROHIBITED BUSINESS ACTIVITIES SUCH AS: A. Representing, expressly or by implication, that through the use of our products or services, consumers can alter their identifying information to conceal adverse credit information from consumers' credit records, credit histories, or credit ratings, including but not limited to the use of Employer Identification Numbers ("EINs"), Taxpayer Identification Numbers ("TINs"), or alternative Social Security Numbers in lieu of the consumers' own Social Security Numbers; B. Representing that the building of a new credit record by applying for credit using an EIN, a TIN, or an alternate social security number instead of a consumer's own social security number is legal; C. Misrepresenting any material fact concerning the ability of our products or services to perform or provide any credit-related function for consumers, including but not limited to improving consumers' credit reports or profiles, consolidating debt, obtaining or arranging a loan, or obtaining or arranging any extension of credit; and D. Misrepresenting any fact material to a consumer's decision to purchase our products or services. E. Representing, expressly or by implication, that through the use of our products or services, consumers can alter their identifying information to conceal adverse credit information from consumers' credit records, credit histories, or credit ratings, including but not limited to the use of Dun & Bradstreet Numbers ("DBNs"), Employer Identification Numbers ("EINs"), Taxpayer Identification Numbers ("TINs"), or alternative Social Security Numbers in lieu of the consumers' own Social Security Numbers; F. Representing that the building of a new credit record by applying for credit using a DBN, EIN, a TIN, or an alternate Social Security Number instead of a consumer's own Social Security Number is legal; G. Misrepresenting any material fact concerning the ability of our products or services to perform or provide any credit-related function for consumers, including but not limited to improving consumers' credit reports or profiles, consolidating debt, obtaining or arranging a loan, or obtaining or arranging any extension of credit; and H. Misrepresenting any fact material to a consumer's decision to purchase our products or services.