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if i pay off all of my credit cards, can my score go from 556 to 720 in a few months?

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I would add be very careful calling companies that say that they can repair your credit. Most companies just take your money and no results. Again be careful and look up ANY company that claims that they can help you with the Better Business Bureau. Most often you will see that they just take your money. In others words it's a scam.

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You should work to pay them off regardless. Yes it will help your score, by that much, I am not sure. Be aware that there are different types of credit scores. Have you checked your FICO scores?

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