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I have poor credit how can I began to repair this?
have filed bankruptcy in the past and several of the accounts are still listed on my report.

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Paying to help you fix this problem is a option. But some options are there for free as well get all your 3 credit reports dispute any errors with each bureau. as for the bk on your record its harder it stays there 7 or 10 years depending which bk you filed. I have a bk on file too and have found no source of real help to remove it earlier . some companies claim they can help but use your better judment get as much information as possible

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