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My wife and I are just about done paying off our credit bills from our college years, and the only big things we have left are the student loans. At this point, I'd like to start repairing my credit, but I'm not especially sure on how to go about this.
What I'm thinking is getting a credit card, which ever one will let me, and just paying a bill a month with it, and then paying off the card, and just keeping this up for a while, never using the card for any actual purchases. Is there a better route to go about this? Something that will improve my score more quickly? Anybody else gone through this that can give me some pointers? I understand applying for a lot of cards will hurt my credit too, so what's the most likely company that will give me a card?