My car was repossessed in february 2009. How much would this affect me? I need to move. My credit score is

Asked by Bad Credit, Philadelphia, PA Wed Jun 17, 2009

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Michael F. W…, , Florida
Wed Nov 3, 2010
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Credit Trauma, , Fremont, CA
Wed Feb 10, 2010
Every year you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies at http://www.AnnualCreditReport.com. You will have to pay a small fee to each if you want to see your scores because they do not come with the reports, but it's cheaper than any credit monitoring service where you have to pay every month. You can see what the repo did to your credit and score then.

It is possible to get this item removed from your credit using several options, all that are legal and legitimate. For more information on how this is done, visit http://www.RepairCreditTrauma.com

I'm not saying everything that is wrong with your credit can be removed, but there are ways to deal with negative information. These are the skills the credit repair companies use, and you can learn what they are and use them for yourself as well.
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Delia Peters…, , Jenkintown, PA
Wed Nov 25, 2009
Hello,

I run across clients with credit issues more often than not. In no way am I discouraged from working with them because I am able to offer real people with a serious interest in making moves toward a rewarding and prosperous furture through homeownership REAL soultions that can potentially get you on track withing 30-90 days. I suggest you give me a call or email and I'll give you more details for a stress free move you can make toward being a home owner in time to take advantage of the extended tax credits, low prices, and great interest rates.
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Eric Garrison, Agent, East Waterboro, ME
Sat Nov 14, 2009
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Home Buyer H…, , Tallahassee, FL
Mon Nov 2, 2009
Dear Friend,

Sorry to hear you have fallen upon hard times. It's not a fun thing, but you can recover. It will take time, effort and a great deal of persistence.

I suggest you work on your own credit repair. You can do this yourself. If you would like some great FREE tips and guidelines on how to do so, I found this link below helpful.
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Vicky Chrisn…, Agent, Purcellvile, VA
Sat Oct 3, 2009
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Hannah Flieg…, Agent, Larkspur, CA
Wed Jul 8, 2009
Hi Bad Credit,

Your credit probably got hit about 100 points by this. Why not sign up for credit repair so you can repair and rebuild your credit rating. The process takes 4-6 monhs and his is a good time frame for you to impliment good saving and spending habits so you set yourself up for success long term. The fee is $399.00 with a money back policy. Good luck!
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Peter Lavelle, Agent, Philadelphia, PA
Wed Jun 17, 2009
Good Afternoon Bad Credit,

I do not know what other factors may be affecting your credit, however you do or should know.
The best advice is to apply for a mortgage so you can get a snap-shot of your credit score.

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