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- Transcript Hello this is Jennifer Summers letting you know you're eligible for a new credit repair program just released by the 3 major credit bureaus Experian Equifax and Trans Union are now offering a revolutionary program that can raise your credit score 50 to 100 points Press 2 to speak to a live representative and get rule today or press 9 to forfeit your eligibility.
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