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How much per month would I have to pay to get my credit score up
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Man you got to give us more info to work with!!!!! However, if you have a cc of some sort then try to make purchases on that, buying items that you would normally buy with cash. Make sure to pay it off in full each month. Also it is advised to keep your utilization under 30% especially if you do decide to allow some of your debt to carry over to the next month.  Good luck my friend..

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KEEP UTILIZATION UNDER 20%!!!!

And try not to let any debt get  carried over.  That is being smart.  Why pay interest on anything if you can avoid it?

It's not the dollar amount that counts in getting your credit score up, it is learning how to build a good credit score and use credit wisely!!  That is the purpose of Credit Karma.  You will find very informative articles and financial tools on this site so you can learn the credit skills needed to make credit work for you.  Please do read and learn.

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