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88: One or more derogatory public records in your credit file is too recent
Public records include information filed or recorded by local, state, federal or other government agencies that is available to the general public. The types of public records that can affect your credit score include legal judgments against you, or tax liens levied by a government authority. Your credit file contains public records that are too recent. All public records can have a significant negative impact on your credit score.
What you can do:
Pay all bills on-time and satisfy all judgments. The impact that negative items such as public records have on your credit score will diminish over time.
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