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Subject: Any Success Stories From Former Sky Blue Credit Repair Custo
Posted on Mon Jul 08, 2013 12:59 am  

I think I'm calling Sky Blue tomorrow to secure their services and wanted to know of any success stories from using them. I'd also be interested in anything derogatory as well.

When I started working on my credit back in February '13 (in preparation to get a mortgage in February '14) my scores were 510, 515, and 523. I've been working hard to bring them up the last 6 months. They are now at 571, 565, and 580.

The mortgage broker I spoke to back in February said that I'd need a minimum credit score of 640 to qualify, and although I've made great strides, I'm still falling short. Looking at my Credit Karma and Equifax Credit monitoring accounts, I see a few more things that can be done, and I know these are things that can be done myself, but honestly, being a single parent, I lack the time and patience to do these things (write letters, wait, write more letters, wait).

I wanted to know of any recent good experiences people had with this company.

Thank you,

The fees seem resonable,

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Subject: Success Stories From Former Sky Blue Credit Repair
Posted on Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:17 am  

Welcome to the forums!!!
I think you should repair your credit yourself. Don’t hire a debt relief company as they will charge a heavy fee. Check whether or not any hard inquiries have on your credit report. This is because hard inquiries lower your credit score. Try to add positive information on your credit report. Make your all payments on time. I hope by following the above mentioned tips you would be able to improve your credit score gradually with time.
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