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How much does Credit Karma charge per month?
How long does it take to rebuild my credit with the credit card that is offered through capital one?

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Don't do it!!!!  The "recommendations" made by Credit Karma are just ads.  How long it takes to repair your credit depends on how bad it is.  Most of my clients are done in 6 months, but some need a year.  Not even sure if getting a new card is the best thing for you without seeing a copy of your complete credit report, so please be careful and move carefully.  Visit www.credit.about.com for lots of great info on building /repairing your credit.  No fees and you don't even have to sign up.  If you want to talk more about your specific needs and if our credit repair company (ReCredia) can help you, call Jorge at 214-306-4542 and tell him Denise sent you.  No cost or obligation and he'll be glad to offer more insight and info.

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