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I would like to get my credit score up to buy a home. My bankruptcy was discharged in July 2012. My credit score is 628. How long will it take and what can I do to increase my score faster?

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If you want a secured credit card you can apply for the . You can also consider credit cards for people with fair credit. For example, you might want to apply for the credit card. You will be able to improve your credit score with this card and earn cash back on purchases. Remember that there is no fast credit improvement. But if you make payments on time and stay within the credit limit, your credit score will go up steadily.

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