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Rondi Lambeth – Recycling Your Mail Can Cause Bad Credit

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Recycling can actually cause you to have bad credit. Has that thought ever crossed your mind when you are recycling your junk mail? That causes bad credit because if you don’t shred your bills, your junk mail, your pre-approved credit card offers, or pre-approved line of credits from the bank, somebody can use them to get a loan under your name. Did you know that you don’t even need your full social security to get a loan under your name? Next time you are throwing away you’re junk mail, make sure your shred it first.

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