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does money management company would help my score

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NEVER pay someone else to do your job!

YOU need to be the responsible party in your finances.  

"A good credit score isn't about how much you have, It's about how YOU manage it."

Really?, do you want to be paying someone else FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE?

Your credit is for yours for your lifetime. 

Learn to manage your own credit.  Paying someone else to manage your credit is a waste of money And if they don't do it right it can ruin your credit and they will not take responsibility for it.  

Good credit isn't hard to maintian. You need to learn to do it your self. You need to be responsible and take charge of it so that you control what happens in your future.  

You can learn what you need to to manage your credit for free.  Use sites like CK and others to learn what good credit is all about and how to go about managing it so that you are not at the mercy of banks and creditors.  

It YOUR credit, TAKE responsibility for it. 

Good Luck 

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