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how can i raise my score 150 points

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Credit Scores are not the Fast Food Drive thru.

They Take Time.   Lots of time.

As nobody here knows your score or anything about your credit history you won't get much help unless you tell people what the problem is.

to Raise it 150 points plan on taking anywhere from one to 2 years to get your Credit Score where you want it to be.

it won't happen over night or in a few months thats for sure.

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get utilization down to under 20% ...pay on time....extend your credit mix- credit cards, personal loan, car loan, mortgage....and just wait time is your friend

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what the hell

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explain please

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