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How much can a credit score go up in a month

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This is completely uncertain. It's solely dependent how you take care of your debts. If you start paying off your accounts fast, you may see a boost in your score. However, chances are also there that in spite of paying a huge amount in one installment, you may not see any improvement to your score.

 

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Your score moves up generally on a basis of 6 months. For best score, it is better you do not use more than 10% of your credit, and try to pay more than the minimum payments each month.

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I do not know if there is a maximum...but I know that mine just shot up 44 points after getting some incorrect information corrected


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