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Credit Repair Tips & Tricks

Learn How to Improve Your Credit Score

A bad credit score can hurt your chances of getting a new job or qualifying for a mortgage loan. Even if you get approved for a loan, a low credit score means you’ll be paying more in interest—potentially thousands of dollars more over the life of a loan.

If you have a low credit score, there are many things you can do to improve it. Sometimes we don’t even realize that our credit report contains errors—errors that can be removed with a little determination and perseverance. Even if your score is low because of your own poor choices in the past, you can still take control of your finances and improve your credit over the long run.

Credit Repair Letters

A major aspect of credit repair has to do with writing and mailing letters to creditors and credit reporting agencies. Learn how to write credit repair letters effectively with these resources:

DIY Credit Repair Tips and Tricks

Here’s a helpful list of articles with general tips, tricks, and strategies for tackling credit repair on your own:

Tips for Working with a Credit Repair Company

If you choose to hire a credit repair company, use these resources to help make the most of your experience:

General Financial Health and Budgeting Advice

Here are some resources on how to maintain a good credit score, as well as budgeting advice:

Also, read our blog for even more credit repair advice, delivered to you every week!

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