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What is the fastest way to raise my credit high enough to finance a car?

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Lets see you did not say anything about where your credit score is,  what bad information you might have on your credit report,  how much credit you currently have,  how many accounts are in collections.  If fact you did not give any information on your current credit standings. 

So on that note,  nobody Knows and nobody can answer it the question.

Also there is NO Fast Way to raise your Credit Scores.   

Best thing to do is find out where you are at with your Credit report and scores and start reading.

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Although icuhowie was right on most accounts he was wrong on one.  If you are running a high (over 20%) credit usage, you could genereally raise your score a good 20+ points by getting it down to under 10%.  depending on how much credit you have and how much you have used you can get a good jump with this simple thing.  This is also a factor that is important for auto loans.

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