A credit score is a living thing that changes over time and reflects your credit behaviors. The same way you care for your own health, there are simple precautions you can take to keep your credit out of the intensive care unit.
Check to see how healthy your regular credit practices are, and see where there might be an opportunity to give your behaviors a boost.
As you try to take better care of your credit, learn how other common credit behaviors can impact your scores.
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This service is completely free and can boost your credit scores fast by using your own positive payment history. It can also help those with poor or limited credit situations. Other services such as credit repair may cost you up to thousands and only help remove inaccuracies from your credit report.