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Is it really possible to improve your credit score within 7 days or even 30 days like a lot of websites claim?

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2011-09-13 03:07:08
2011-09-13 03:07:08

I originally had 6 charge offs on my credit report. Paid four of them off and got one of the creditors to delete one from my credit file. Before doing that my score was a 571, 537 and a 615. Now, I know that when applying for a mortgage they use the # in the middle which would be the 571. My goal is simply to make it to 580 by December I paid everything up in late Oct. and was on all the creditors to makesure they reported to the credits buerues. Do you think it's possible to make my goal by then?

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