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How I can raise my C.S. income $3500. no cc all small medical bills ecured while in abusesive rel.

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You need to understand how credit works, which is the purpose of this site.  Please do as I did and take the time to read the articles here so you will have that necessary information.

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Income really means nothing when it comes to credit. If you have medical bills in collections on your credit reports, then you may want to try to get "pay for delete agreements" on them if they are not too old. If they are over five years old then you may just let them go and let them age off of your reports at the seven year mark. If you have no credit cards then you need to get started out with a Secured credit card from a lender like Capital One or another lender that reports to all three credit bureaus. MOST IMPORTANTLY you need to spend time reading about credit, how can you make the right credit decisions if you don't know what they are? Just as with anything in life, educating yourself will better your life and educating yourself begins with reading. If you have questions along the way please feel free to ask.

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