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What is the first step in rebuilding your credit when you have some bad marks?

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The first step and the most important step that many people skip and end up with bad credit for the rest of their lives is READING. You must designate the time needed to read all that you can about credit, how to improve it and especially how to rebuild it. You can feel that you are being paid to read, because it will pay off financially someday when you get a good interest rate, money will be saved, in your pocket, for the time spent reading to gain the knowledge of how to attain and keep good credit. If you have further questions, which I am sure that you will if you are serious about fixing your credit, come back and ask, just try to be specific about your situation and what you want to know. Just DO NOT include any personal info, this is a public forum.

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