Many people believe that they need to pay someone to fix their credit, but Bradley says that’s usually not a sound strategy. Josh Bradley explains some common myths people tell their piers when it comes to credit advise in this week’s Money Matters.
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“If you have to pay somebody to go and fix your credit, it’s usually a bad sign that it’s not a good deal,” said Bradley.
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