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It's been awhile- I've successfully had much of my baddies removed and froze all bureaus until I learn how to manage my spending better. The only two that are left---JUDEMENTs . One has been satisfied and the other im looking into better strategies on how to pay and have it removed.. ANY ADVISE???

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