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How to raise a credit score up fast

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Fast? Pay down/off the credit card balances and or remove any and all derogatory mark(s)... If you don't have high credit card balances and or have no derogatory mark(s)? Then there won't be an "fast" way to raise your credit scores. 

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Do you have a car loan?  Do you have a mortgage?  Do you have student loans?  How many credit cards do you have?   Do you have an collections?   How is your payment history?   Your question would require this information in order for proper guidance to be provided on how you raise your credit score.  What is your current credit score?  Also, define fast.  Fast as in a couple months.  An unlikely event.  A high score is earned over time.  Thus, in the credit world, 2 years is considered fast.

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