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This article is absolutely right when it says that it's important to avoid any potential pitfalls on the way to a successful outcome.  So how does one go about avoiding the pitfalls?  Simply read this article?  Yes, reading this article and keeping an open mind is a great idea and a great start.  At this point, the smartest thing a consumer can do is to enlist the help of an experienced professional to navigate them through the waters safely and swiftly.  I speak from experience when I say never try and go at something like this alone!  Thanks.  Here is some related info I found useful:   http://yourcredit.co.nf/?page_id=221&preview=true&preview_id=221&preview_nonce=c79fa702b8

1 year, 1 month ago on Guild Mortgage - Ennis - Home Guru: Making Your Refinancing Go Smoothly, Successfully

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Great job here and remember that you always have the option to dispute any judgement that rests on your credit report.  Credit report errors happen more often than the bureaus would like to admit and if the credit bureau being challenged cannot properly validate your judgement, it has to be removed from your file.  Countless consumers have been successful in getting  judgements removed from their credit files, by properly disputing them with the credit bureaus.  Here is some more info that I found useful:      http://www.mycreditlocker.com/blog/18-Judgements

1 year, 2 months ago on Florida Deficiency Judgments FAQs . . . By Popular Demand

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Here is the link to the University I was talking about, they have a bunch of information on credit. http://mycreditlocker.com/blog/7-Credit-Locker-University

1 year, 3 months ago on Should You Check a New Hire’s Credit Report?

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This article was awesome!! Thank you. Being fairly new to the credit arena I am constantly trying to gather as much information as possible to try and keep myself headed in the right general direction. Spending some time on this post has actually given me a lot of great points to think about. In my recent research I have also been able to find some pretty useful information related to this topic when I Googled the credit locker university.  This was helpful as well.  Thanks again!

1 year, 3 months ago on Should You Check a New Hire’s Credit Report?

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