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AAOA Question ...

How does   5 1/2 years  AAOA  look to CC company's . Good,  just ok , or fantastic ????

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Re: AAOA Question ...

Your AAoA is better than mine which is around 4 yrs, 3 mths

My current scores are in my sig.

TU is my worst report, with a tax lien that falls off next year. My only other negative is one credit card with three 30-day lates, the most recent is 5 yrs. In two years, the 30-day lates fall off completely. Then my reports will be perfectly clean. :smileyhappy:


11/02/2012 Peak - EQ 790 (ScoreWatch EQ FICO)
01/06/2015 Current - TU 831 (Walmart MasterCard TU FICO 08 Classic)
GOAL - 800! - App free since 09/07/2014
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