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Registered: ‎03-05-2013

Re: 30 Point increase from Barclays and CareCredit reporting!

myjourney wrote:

Barclay is funny about how they report in a lot of cases you'll see score increases

Sorry to say it will level off next month 

They reported the year as 1969 in my case which made AAoA jump along with scores...

Unfortunately the next month they fixed the year and I've seen a lot of people say this is how they reported there's as well 

So check the date on yours mine said Dec 1969:smileysad:

Maybe this happened to me. I had a 50 point swing after opening a citi account. I guess I can expect it to go back to Normal next month :smileysad:

Last App December 7, 2013. Gardening until May 20, 2014
Current Score: 720 EX 714 EQ 712 TU 12/10/2013Goal Score: 720 across the board
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Re: 30 Point increase from Barclays and CareCredit reporting!


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