How can I improve my credit score with two new Master Cards, what do I need to do?
Answered on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 by
James Williams

Since you already have two credit cards, you should only keep these credit accounts in good standing. Make all the due payments on time and do not skip or miss them. Try to keep the balances on both cards low; the lower your debt-to-credit ratio the higher your credit score.  Also, if you have old credit accounts and loans, you should not ignore them. You will have good credit history only if you are making all payments due with all your creditors. Check your credit reports in three or six months and if you see your credit scores going up, then you are doing everything right. If not, try to figure out what you did wrong. 

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