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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by chriss, Apr 3, 2000.
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Congrats on your hard work. If you were not instantly approved by Cap One, then I would not try for a while. It normally takes you 90 days to see the scores rise. Let things dormant for a couple months before hitting it again. BTW, some people also say it is better to apply for credit at the end of the month... it appears scores do flucuate during a the month, and they are highest at the end.
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chriss, Can you give me any tips on how you went about cleaning up your credit? (congrats, by the way!) Everything on our CR is OLD like 8-10 years but is showing up still, anyway! Help!! How do I go about getting these removed..and how do I get a copy of my 3 credit reports without paying an arm and a leg?