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Secured Credit Cards For Credit Repair–How Consumers Have Improved Their Credit Score With Secured Card Use

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According to Red, White and Blue Press consumers have been able to improve their credit score with a secured card due to the fact that they have to be financially responsible in their use of this line of credit or they will risk losing money from their secured account in possibly do further damage to their credit score.

Still, there seems to be some skepticism as to why secured credit cards are one of the popular choices when it comes to bad credit repair over unsecured credit card options. However, the overall costs such as interest rates and fees that a consumer must meet when using a particular card are all factors that have brought some to the area of secured lines of credit….and a better credit score despite.

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Published on July 13th, 2011 - Leave a Comment
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