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Should I Wait to Rebuild My Credit or Start Now? – Renee

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“Dear Steve, I’m 36 and I got credit cards for the first time at age 27 in 2004. I had pretty low limits, 1,000 or less on the 3. I lost the security of my job and got behind on payments, then eventually stopped paying and everything went to collections in 2007. I’ve managed to pay off all my student ... Read More »

I’m Confused About Rebuilding My Credit Score. – Lois

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“Dear Steve, I’m a little confused my everything I have been reading regarding rebuilding a credit history, so I’m hoping you can help clear things up…My current FICO scores, according to myfico.com is 705 with Transunion, and 652 with Equifax. I have one old charge off account opened in 95 sold as charge off in 2008. Another delinquent account 2007 ... Read More »

I Was a Client Caught in the Allegro Law Debt Settlement Mess and I Now Need to Reestablish Credit. – Georgia

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“Hello Steve, I’m one of your readers mixed up in the Allegro mess. We’ve filed bankruptcy. Now, the task of reestablishing credit. I’ve been looking at Public Savings Bank. I saw your review. I wanted to double check and make sure this is a legitimate company. After Allegro, I don’t know if I can trust anything. Thanks, Georgia” Don’t miss ... Read More »

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