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Gerri Detweiler from Credit.com, discusses different ways to help rebuild your credit after financial set backs like job loss, medical issues, divorce, etc.
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You are responsible for your credit report. No one is going to make sure it is accurate for you. Credit.com now offers the free credit report card where you can get clear cut details on what area of your report to focus on in order to improve your credit score.
You can also find some of the products that you can use to build credit if you are just starting out as a young adult, or need to make smart choices about how to bounce back from a rough patch financially.
I really liked what Gerri said about matching you with credit products you are more likely to get approved for based on what your free credit report shows you.
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