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Was told I had bad credit
Was trying to rent an apartment

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So fix it.

Its the most important number in your life.

Its YOUR credit, It will follow you around for the rest of your life. YOU need to take care of it.  It will effect everything form being able to rent an apartment to the interest rates you pay on everything, to how much you pay for insurance.  Some jobs even require a good credit scores. 

It's yours to maintain.  Take the time to use this site and many others like it to learn what good credit is and how to keep it. There are articles and blogs on here with all the info you need to fix your credit.  And don't be taken in by on line companies that want to charge you for fixing it for you.  Most don't do what they promise and they don't do anything that you can do for yourself for free.  All you need to do is learn what that is. 

Start by reading up on credit reports, Then pull a copy of yours and see whats going on with yours.  Hopefully it's not so bad that you might be able to fix it fairly easily

Good luck

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