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Tuesday, November 20, 2012



That credit locker software works really well it read my reports and filled everything in for me. Great time Saver.


Here is the link to the University that I was referring to:


I have used that it's really good, it's more of a do-it yourself type of thing instead of dealing with a bunch of disbarred lawyers to help you clean up your credit.
The university part part of the site has a lot of info too I agree, but there is even more inside when you sign up and they walk you through everything.


Very informative and I agree that the more people who know about this sort of thing the better! Thank you. In my recent searches I also found a lot of good information pretaining to this subject when I googled the credit locker university.


The people not reading your blogs are missing out a lot of quality contents.

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