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FAQs Category: Excellent Credit
When you reach excellent credit, you are free to choose any credit card. But you still should be on your guard as it is very easy to ruin your perfect credit history. You should weigh your every financial decision, like opening a new credit card or closing some of your credit accounts, to make sure it won't hurt your credit. And if you have questions or doubts, you can always ask them by submitting our help form.
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