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What is a good credit repair company ?

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You are. Nobody cares more about your credit than you do. Most credit repair companies will string you along and get as much money out of you as they can, getting your money is their business plan. Their concern is getting your money, not getting your credit repaired quickly. The longer that they can drag the process out, the more money they get out of you. That said, do you want one of these companies handling this for you? They will charge you money for things you can do yourself and they will take way longer to do the things that you could quickly do yourself. Too many people think that paying credit repair companies is like waving a magic wand and credit is fixed, it doesn't work that way. With some reading and asking us questions on here (both are free) you can do this on your own. Let us know if you have questions. A good place to start researching is on the Google search engine.

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