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How can I repair my credit myself ?

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The only way to repair your credit is to do the things necessary to make your credit better. For example, paying your bills on time--always; not getting in over your head as far as too much debt; paying off any collections you may have; adding new credit cards/accounts over time; etc. Don't waste your time and money on any of those phony-baloney "credit repair" places. There's NOTHING they can do that you can't do yourself. You should scrutinize your credit reports and contact the credit bureaus if you see any errors.

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Start reading and then read some more, then after that read more, read again and keep reading. There is a wealth of information across the internet that you can educate yourself with so you are able to do your own credit repair. You really want to make sure that you know what you are doing before you proceed with tampering with your credit as wrong moves can be costly.

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