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Re: My Fico Jumped 521-650 after filing BK?

Okay, so an update.  Three weeks out of my 341 and I got another alert that MyFCIO went to 664 and all of my accounts (6) show IIB or paid in full.  I still have my Barclay's card with a 500 CL open and Capital One closed my secured card.  I called them and they basically told me to get lost and they would send me my deposit.  521 to 664!

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Registered: ‎03-29-2013
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Re: My Fico Jumped 521-650 after filing BK?

I filed Bk'7 in Nov 12/ Discharged Mar 13. I have noticed at least 12 of my account just disappeared as well. Maybe they creditors opted to remove the line since they can't collect. IDK. Happy day anyway!

Starting TU 520 EQU 505 EX 520
Current TU 623 EQU 579 EX 588 (updated 8/23/2014)
Goal Score: 680

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