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in 95-97 I had credit but I went in the military did not need it thin credit?
I want to start my credit over and don't know what to do here? The military paid for a bunch and the rest I paid cash overseas. I return and my new boss loaned me his computer to see my score. Thin credit has to be cured here all three must have something on me

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Having a current credit score is not the same as having a credit history. In order to calculate a current credit score, you must have open and active accounts that the bureaus can use to calculate an accurate score. If you begin to utilize credit, you will have a credit score again.

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