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How to rebuid good credit

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Thats hard to say!

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That question is wide open and hard to answer given the lack of info. With out knowing more specifics there are to many variables. 

The biggest factor to a good credit score is paying your bills on time. that will do more than anything else to build your score. Keep a low utilization rate and do not apply for crdit to often. (no more than once every 4 to 6 months with a good score)

There is a lot of advise on this site on how to build your credit. It takes time and patience to do a good job of managing your credit.

Good luck.

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EddyTX has got the right stuff (that's us TX folks for you)!  For more information, visit www.credit.about.com; lots of great info on building good credit.  Best of luck!

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