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Struggling daily, whats the best way to improve my score
Single mom of Two struggling to get back on my feet since my divorce!!

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To get the best advice possible you will have to give some details about your current situation (what kind of open credit accounts do you have, do you have negative information on your reports, how old is your credit history, etc.) The general advice to give though is: do your best to remove any negative information from your account usually via "pay for delete agreements" "disputing incorrect information" "goodwill letters". Work on building postive lines of credit in good standing to make a postive influence on your reports. Pay down any balances, etc. The best thing you can do for yourself at this point is to designate an hour or two everyday to educate yourself on credit. There is a wealth of information on here and across the net.

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