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Do i need a credit repairer to clean up my credit away from you

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These "credit repair" companies are to be considered with skepticism because many reports show that they charge money and may request you do some things that are not ethical.  When you learn about credit and what it takes to build and maintain good credit, you will have more power than you believed possible.  You need to annually check all three credit reports, disputing the errors so that only correct information is reported.  I have learned a lot by reading the articles on this site and using the financial tools.

And the information on this site is just partial information from your Transunion report and is used to show what could happen given certain financial actions.  None of the information here is reported to anyone anywhere.  This is a teaching site, and that is all it is.

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