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how long will it take to improve my credit score using the law firm suggested?

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Why PAY someone to "FIX" your credit when it was your own mistakes that got your credit messed up in the first place?  Credit Karma is here to provide the informatiion that can help you go through the process of fixing your credit plus building good credit through learnig smart credit handling.

Read the articles (see the left side of this page) so you can LEARN about credit and what you must do to build your credit score.Use the financial tools so you can practice online and see what might happen to your credit depending on what you do.  This way, if you would have made a mistake, you can see ahead of time and not do so. 

And, if you were to hire some company to "fix" your credit, if you haven't learned how to build and maintain a good credit score, you likely will make the same mistakes over again and your credit will suffer in the future.

How long would a good credit score take?  At least 7 1/2 years until the negative remarks fall off your credit score, but only if you have LEARNED what to do to build a good credit score.

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MY NAME WAS CHANGED OVER 4YEARS AGO!!!!!

Why on earth have the credit bureaus not changed my name in ovrr 4 yrars? There are many items on my credit report that are not correct. This is outrageous!!!

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