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who do you go threw to consolidate your credit to one bill?

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need more details, what is your debts? interest rates? why do you want to consolidate?

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You either get another credit card with a higher limit (and hopefully lower interest rate) or get a consolidation loan from your bank or credit union.  Your score will take a hit when you open the new account, but as you make payments over time it will slowly increase and improve.  A couple of good websites for credit cards are www.creditcards.org and www.bankrate.com.

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What card will except me with my credit score so i can consolidate all my debt and pay them off fast to get my credit score up?

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where can i go with my creit score to consolidate all my bills and pay them off fast other then where ive been.That will except my monthly income of $808.00?

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