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how can i fix my credit
how can I pay off all debits on credit report

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Repairing credit starts by reading all that you can about credit and about how it works. Read all that you can find about dealing with collection accounts if that is what you are referring to. Understand, that simply paying is not usually the correct thing to do regarding credit rebuilding.  Read about: "statute of limitations to be sued for debt in your state" "seven year credit reporting time period on negative accounts" "pay for delete agreements" "FDCPA (fair debt collection practices act)" "settling for less than owed", etc.

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Do not contact debt collectors either until you have a good understanding of all of this. Entering payment agreements with debt collectors can be a very bad move.

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