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Anyone knows of a good credit repair company? My realtor refereed me to Angle financing they charge $200 to start then $100 every month for 4 to 6 month! but after reading a few reviews of how they have hidden fees and they don't guarantee the repair of your credit. I now need to look for another one.

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Why pay when you can do this?

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Credit repair companies are a scam. Some of them even suggest doing some things that are unethical, even illegal.  Why pay someone else to do something you can do yourself with a little effort? You got yourself into debt, now you need to work to get out of it.  I suggest searching for Dave Ramsey's site because he has some very sensible ways to get debt resolved.  And, by correcting things yourself, you can develop a better sense of hoiw to properly manage your money.

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