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It depends on the information they contain. If they tell you to pay your bills on time and if possible in full. Not to exceed credit limits or have umpteen cards or use advanced cash, etc..then they are good. If on the other hand they suggest questionable practices such as using false SS#, bad very, very bad. And a Federal crime. The best way to build your score is being a savvy consumer, and paying up as agreed, consistently.

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Books that claim to increase your credit score by 100 points in 30 days often make unrealistic promises. Improving your credit score is a gradual process that requires responsible financial habits over time. Be cautious of quick-fix solutions and consider seeking advice from reputable financial sources.

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