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My eqifax is 491 what do I do

Mar 11, 2017
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Doesn't have to be tithe to a church. ....but trust me. Even when you're up sh*t creek, look to what you can give / do / participate in the betterment of your community.

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I have credit cards I never have used or don't use should I cancel them or will that hurt my credit

Mar 03, 2016
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Enter Your Reply:  If you've got open cards to pad your score because your other balances are a high percentage, recomend paying that balance down first.

I did this once, and it worked GREAT!  with that extra line of credit my score went up...and then I was tempted to use that other card as well.

Decided I was better off to close that other card and use the pinch on my score to motivate me to actually PAY DOWN my debt!

My eqifax is 491 what do I do

Mar 11, 2017
Helpful to 21 out of 30 people

Doesn't have to be tithe to a church. ....but trust me. Even when you're up sh*t creek, look to what you can give / do / participate in the betterment of your community.

I don't understand a how a score can just drop suddenly 35 points for just an accountincreasing $100...

Mar 11, 2017
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Helpful to 1 out of 1 people

Possible that you got gigg'd for a "late payment" because the knuckleheads applied it incorrectly?

How many revolving credi accounts do I need to have active in order to increase my credit score?t

Mar 10, 2017
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Well, you should just be glad that The Great FICO doesn't dock your score further.

It's patently obvious that you're diligent with your records and pay off quickly. You're a poor prospect. Banks don't want you because they'll make less on you.

If you want to raise your score, you have to carry balances. The algorithms behind that score were written and modified by 10lb brains who were paid a lot of money to figure out how to con us.

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Dec 13, 2016
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Dave Ramsey. He's rabidly anti debt because of personal history, a Christian, and he sells stuff. But a lot of his resources are free and the information is there for you to use as you see fit.

His brand also has a "foundations in personal finance" class that is available to high school kids, and another scaled to be appropriate for middle school age.

Marketing starts working on kids immediately, high time we offer the knowledge to defend themselves.

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