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...Any thoughts on how to deal with this? I certainly don't want to sign up for some superfluous loan, just to pay interest on it and then gradually pay it off. That seems silly.

Thanks.

Justin
- JustinFields | Date: 4/29/2016 11:47:11 AM | Number: 310470

You did not mention what your current FICO score happens to be!!! My advice, unless you are close to obtaining a mortgage, applying for a new job, or purchasing an automobile or other high cost item you need to finance, your FICO score is what it is!!!!!

David
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