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Being as though I have a bad credit rating is there any way to improve it back to good credit?

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OF COURSE THERE IS!!!

Bad credit can be rebuilt, though it is going to take a bit of time and patience and a little work on your part.

First advice is to read the articles on this site.  Go to the left side of this page and look under resources.  These articles will tell you what to do, or not do, to build and maintain a good credit score.  Part of this process is doing an annual check of your credit reports since errors on those are common.  This topic is also covered in the articles. 

There are Financial Tools (see the top part on the left side) that allow you to do "what if" analysis and actually see what the results "could be"  if you do certain things. These tolls allow "practice" without actually affecting your real credit score.

Credit Karma was set up to put an end to consumer ignorance and misunderstanding of how credit works and to help them be able to have the knowledge of how to use credit wisely.  Please put this opportunity to good use.

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