| By Greg Fisher
FROM: Greg Fisher, firstname.lastname@example.org
TO: Jim Kaiser, branch manager, Cherry Creek Mortgage #n1721861
CC: Mike Wiggins, managing editor, Grand Junction Daily Sentinel
DATE: June 5, 2018
SUBJECT: credit score, length of history
I am in the media, on a deadline and writing about you.
That's a line inspired by outgoing answering machine messages of people in so-called 'media relations.' It goes something like this: "If you're in the media and on deadline, call my cell phone at... "
See this message and your response at http://creditscoring.com/interaction/2018/06/05-seaton.html.
Fourth, don't close your existing accounts. If you have ten credit cards, then it is probably ok to close some of them. However, you are closing out the payment history on these accounts. It would be best if you closed the accounts that you have had the shortest history and keep the accounts open with the longest history.
I hope this provides you a plan to maximize your credit score.
Kaiser, J. (2018, June 04). Jim's Credit Corner. Retrieved June 5, 2018, from https://www.gjsentinel.com/special_sections/real_estate/jim-s-credit-corner/article_51c11f24-6807-11e8-a29b-10604b9f6eda.html
Please reply today (if you don't, I'll just go over your head). This is important -- for all of us. #n1915
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