As I'm sure you know, there are way more than 4 activities that you should or should not do in order to improve your credit, but these 4 in particular seem to trip a lot of clients up and have even been known to ruin the the loan even after an initial approval.
So make sure that you stay on the straight and narrow by taking a quick look at these common credit mistakes!
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