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whats needs to be done to get my credit up to 700 +

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to get your credit up to 700+ it all depends on your history of credit and how you continue to utilize and improve your credit by making payments early and or on time, be religious with your credit history! do not open a bunch of accnts just cause you can.. if you have 2 credit cards utilize 30% of the amount so that to the creditor it shows you are still stable with and without their card by having available credit left over. but do remember to pay that 30% that you used. if you have any loans such as auto loan it increases your chance of gaining a great score but by gaining a great score you have to make full monthly payments not little here little there. one of the minor mistakes people make is thinking AS LONG AS I'M PAYING MY DEBT IT WON'T AFFECT ME!... news flash ppl YOUR WRONG!!! I've been there done that and it didn't make me look any good! it is good that your paying your debt but!! the longer you take the longer it'll be before you start seeing a decent score and having abilities to get approved for loans with low APR's 

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