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how to inprove credit scoreo n my income
we live on set income and have to use credit cards for surprise expenses also some of my outstanding accounts have been taken care of . how do I get them off my credit score

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Give these guys a call Credit Pros 1-877-235-0324 they can help.

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Not sure what your question is.  You want the paid accounts to come off your credit report?  They will fall off 7 years from date you paid them, unless you negotiated a "pay per delete" agreement (in writing) with them.  

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SHOULD I CONSOLADATE SOME OF MY CREDIT TO ONE CARD TO INCREASE MY CREDIT SCORE

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Doesn't matter

Whether you combine a couple cards together or not ...it doesn't really matter...u still owe the same amount of $

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STOP HOLDING BACK CREDIT SCORES AND START SHOWING THEM

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