Will my credit score increase after making the minimum monthly payments?
Fri, 09/27/2013 17:28
I have 5-6 credit cards. I use these cards for purchasing clothes and accessories mostly. Sometimes, I make large purchases in a month. I just can't restrict myself whenever I see good accessories. I know this is my fault. I'm trying to restrict myself nowadays.
To cut things short, I have not been able to pay the full bills every month. The balance gets carried over every month. I make only the minimum monthly payments every month. How will this affect my credit score? My current credit score is 560. I want to increase it for buying a condo in Hoover, Alabama.
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