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Could you have a representative call me?
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OUTSTANDING BALANCES

WANT TO BE ABLE TO CLEAR OUTSTANDING BALANCES TO IMPROVE MY CREDIT SCORE 

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Credit Karma is not going to call you. Credit Karma has no control of your credit scores as they are not a credit bureau. If you need help with your credit, read as much as you can, the internet is full of info. You can ask questions on here, myself and other community members will try to help you. Just DO NOT include any personal info with your questions, this is a public forum.  If you are concerned about paying old collection accounts, be sure to read about "statute of limitations" "credit reporting time period of 7 years" and "pay for delete agreements". Under no circumstance should you contact debt collectors until you have a good understanding of how to deal with them. You DO NOT want to enter payment arrangements with debt collectors either.

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