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De Felippi: You've probably heard this before, but the most important thing really is to watch your accounts.
And if you're worried about debt, you can always pay them off every month.
While you’re in the program, you won’t be able to use your credit cards or open new ones.
The plan is designed to get you out of debt in three to five years, after which all of your accounts should be reported as paid-as-agreed.
But you can recover from credit score damage much more easily and quickly than you can recover from crushing debt.
If you are a careful money manager who fell into debt because of unusual circumstances (medical or veterinary bill, loss of employment or some other emergency) and NOT because you spent more on your credit cards than you could afford to pay off each month, then leave the accounts open.
Doing so will help your credit score, because the amount of revolving debt you have is a significant factor in your credit score.
I was pretty active in online chat rooms where people would talk about this stuff, and I began to realize there was a whole world of credit card fraud where I could make a lot of money with very little effort.
De Felippi, 29, mostly made fake credit cards with real credit card information he bought online.
Committing credit card fraud is still "ridiculously easy to do," he says.
And I don't mean just checking your statement once a month.
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