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Re: Almost there...

Recon

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Re: Almost there...


NJTurnpike wrote:
If it was experian, you now have 3 months of free daily report access. Congrats!

how do i do that if i have a denial letter, lets say for an auto loan? I think I have one.

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Re: Almost there...


enharu wrote:

Repo-ed wrote:

when you have 246 open accounts and an AAoA of .25 months, your score is going to take a hit like that for a little while longer.


246 OPEN accounts?! HOW?
Paying those bills and sorting out those statements alone is like a full time job. Smiley Very Happy


Your sarcasm meter is broken my friend, lol.

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Re: Almost there...

@Repoed LMAOOOOO!!!!!



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Re: Almost there...

I would like to know this as well, where do you go annualcreditreport.com? Or to some Experian site?

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Re: Almost there...

if you want to know how to get your experian report for free after being denied credit go here: http://bit.ly/Xby9ik


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Re: Almost there...

How did you get your three Credit Scores?

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Re: Almost there...

It's amazing what Google can do. Thanks.

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Re: Almost there...


Chaney34 wrote:

How did you get your three Credit Scores?


You can't get any scores that way. I use creditkarma, i pay for usaa creditcheck monitoring. i pay for transunion monitoring. i have free monthly score from DCU and walmart. as you can see in my sig, the scores are all over the place. they are all slightly (hugely) different scoring algorithms. so IMO, the scores matter less than careful and strategic report management.


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Re: Almost there...

Thank you. I've been working on cleaning up my and my wife's credit for 2 years now, and I'd like to know where we stand before applying for a home loan. (I like crunching the numbers ahead of time). However, I can't seem to find a place that'll give me all three credit scores (fake as they may be). Any suggestions? Should I just apply and see?

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