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i want to kno how can i fix it to get a better score

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can yu show me how to get it better

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It's not quite that simple.  What needs to be done will depend on your particular situation.  Look at your credit report card and see what makes your grades lower than they could be.  The credit report card shows you what would produce higher grades.

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wat can yu show me to fix it

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There are numerous articles and financial tools on this site for you to use.  Credit Karma is all about TEACHING people how credit works and how to improve their credit.  There are also financial tools to use so you can get practice in making wise decisions.  Please begin by reading an using the tools on this site.  Credit Karma is not a credit bureau and nothing posted on this site is available to anyone but you.

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