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Old 01-07-2010, 03:56 PM
XIII013 XIII013 is offline
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Default Obtaining Credit

I am 42, had a credit card in my 20s. Like most young people, I abused my card. I cancelled the card, paid it off, that was that. Here I am, 20 years later and I want to establish credit. I have worked in the Financial industry for close to 20 years now, the last 12 years at the same place. What are my best options here?
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