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How do you make your credit score go up?

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2010-05-06 06:20:35
2010-05-06 06:20:35

PAY YOUR F-ING BILLS!

If you have no credit>> Get a credit card, car loan, or any type on loan AND PAY IT!

coming from a person w/ an 798 score!

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