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Subject: Re: Some house cleaning questions Date: 1/2/2013 6:04 PM
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You can also look at Quizzle.com, a site that lets you get free credit reports twice a year. In addition to your three annual credit reports provided guaranteed to you by Uncle Sam and you have 5 months of the year that you can view your credit report. Space it out every 10 weeks and you have the year covered.

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Who notes the number of open accounts is a balancing act where you want to have the amount of credit that best corresponds to your perceived credit worthiness, which is defined by your ability to use that credit responsibly; in other words, it's not just how much credit you have but how you have used and are using it...
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