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Whay has it taken so long to improve my credit? I have been dedicated and worked verry hard..
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Credit can be ruined so easily and so fast  but will take years to rebuild.  This site, as well as all over the internet, has many tutorials on how to rebuild credit.  Did you apply for  credit cards and are using them wisely?  You have to have open credit with utilization under 30% (preferably lower)  being reported.  If nothing is happening in your credit profile nothing can be reported.

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There is nothing fast in building or rebuilding credit, with the exception of getting negative accounts removed from your reports. I suggest that you continue to read everything that you can find about credit. If you have any specific questions, feel free to ask, but you must be more specific about your situation in order to get any meaningful advice.

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