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Contact the provider of the games and what you payed for,no info,cant help much

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I made late payments in last four months and my credit score went down. Can anyone help me improving my score?


Your credit score is based on several criteria. The amount and type of lines that you have, your payment history for those lines, and registered liens, collections or judgements against you and how many times your credit has been viewed by members.
So if you have a collection of credit cards, most of which you don't use, cancel them. The more debt you have the more it will negatively impact your credit score. So the collection of store and major credit cards is not a good thing. Keep 2 and ditch the rest. Secondly, stop missing payments! It is very messy to keep missing the statement dates, not to mention expensive as most credit cards now charge a late payment fee. The good news is that the longer you go without missing payment the less of an effect the missed payments have. Make sure you do not miss more. It shows poor financial organization and makes you look unreliable.
If you have collections liens or judgements, you can find out if the have been discharged. If you have paid them and they are not showing as being discharged you need to contact the credit bureau and have that fixed.
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Did you use your friends credit card when you created your account on Xbox Live? If so then you might have associated the credit card to your Xbox Live gamer account. If so then you will need to replace the card with one of yours or cancel the account all together. It is very difficult to remove a credit card from your account once it has been attached.

You can contact Xbox support but they will tell you that they won't be able to remove the credit card from your account... and that you can only add a new credit card before removing your old credit card.

In the future only use store bought Live cards to use on your account. This will prevent any future unwanted credit card expenses showing up.

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