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What I do after seeing an increase? Get another credit card? get a personal loan? What next?
I don't want to slip backwards or stop my credit score from increasing? HELP!!!

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There are many factors involved in rebuilding credit score and if and when to get a new credit card or installment loan.  NEVER get a credit YOU DON"T NEED.

How long has it been since you got your credit cards?  What has your utilization been across all credit sources?  Has your payment history been 100% ontime?

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You cannot go into a credit build without any knowledge on the subject. Please slow down and take the time to read all that you can about building credit. If you have questions we will be glad to try to help, but you will need be a little clearer about your situation.

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