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Seems that there is more ways your credit score drops than rises. You can not beat the system!

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Mine has gone from fair to excellent just by putting into practice some of the methods recommended in the articles here.  It takes learning how credit works and how to use it effectively I went from two credit cards to six, increased my total available credit from $3500 to over $23,000, dropped usage from 75% to 14% and I am a senior citizen on a fixed income.  The advice given in the articles  here and the financial tools available have been a great education---and I have degrees in accounting and management!!  The purpose of Credit Karma is to teach these essential credit skills, which are not taught in school.  If you read the articles and pay attention, you can improve your credit score quite easily.  The choice, of course, is yours.

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