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repairing credit
do you think it's wise to apply for refinancing for auto and do you think it a good idea to apply for a personal loan during the rebuilding of your credit?

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Probably not a good idea until you've completed the repair process.

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On second thought, it depends on what you mean by "repairing  your credit".  If you don't have any good credit, then you need to get some.  If you already have good credit and are working to get the bad items off, then I'd hold tight on any new loans until your score gets to where you want it to be.  Don't know what your score is now, so it's hard to give any definite advice.  Best of luck!

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