How to stop holes appearing in your credit record

Lewis, Paul
April 2009
Community Care;4/23/2009, Issue 1767, p32
The article offers tips for improving credit record. It suggests to pay the credit card or mobile phone contract payment on time. It advices never to miss or delay an installment on car loan. It states that though some bill do not involve credit and are not on the credit record yet they must be paid and that too on time.


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