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Is 2 credit caeds too many and what about credit like Fingerhut

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While fingerhut does report to the bureaus and boost or lower your score, you may want to read reviews on them by other customers.  You might want to compare their prices to what you can secure locally.      You have two credit cards,manage them wisely and you can benefit from those alone.  

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I suggest you take the time to read the articles on this site so you can get a good understanding of how credit works and how to build a good credit score, which is something you need to get a mortgage.  And two credit cards are not enough to develop that. This site is here to TEACH about credit, and it is valuable information that will benefit you for the rest of your life if you use it.     

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