03-09-2008 08:31 AM
= Marks an aspect of your credit that is hurting your FICO® score.
03-09-2008 08:38 AM
03-09-2008 08:45 AM - edited 03-09-2008 08:47 AM
03-09-2008 09:05 AM
Sylviatob wrote:I can't post the Accounts page...I won't. The red flags look like a string of red Christmas tree lights!P.S. I tried to copy/paste a screen shot like you did Hauling, but it didn't work. This is the best I could do.
Message Edited by Sylviatob on 03-09-2008 10:47 AM
03-09-2008 09:06 AM - edited 03-09-2008 09:06 AM
I can't post the Accounts page...I won't. The red flags look like a string of red Christmas tree lights!
P.S. I tried to copy/paste a screen shot like you did Hauling, but it didn't work. This is the best I could do.
I saw your message on Forums Feedback and posted the blow-by-blow how-to's. I'm certain that there's a more streamlined way to do it, but my aged brain followed bman's pm'd instructions, and this is what I came up with, and it's all I know! LOL
I hear you on the Christmas lights. I used to call my J.Crew account over on TrueCredit my Christmas account because of all the yellows and oranges and reds (well, one orange and one red) scattered among the greenery!
Message Edited by haulingthescoreup on 03-09-2008 09:06 AM
03-09-2008 10:15 AM
04-11-2008 06:01 AM
04-11-2008 06:11 AM
At least 11 of the 30 accounts I have listed are paid and closed or paid and inactive (many over 6 or 7 years old)....these are hurting my FICO score, according to the report.Date of Last Activity:Macy's - June 2001Macy's - December 2002GEMB/JCP - April 2001GEMB/ROBSG - November 2000HSBC - January 2001BofA - March 2002WACH - May 2001MB Fin. - November 2000BP/Citi - November 2001FUSA - July 2001WAMU/Fannie Mae - April 2001I have no late payments of any kind.Can I request to have these old/inactive accounts removed?HELP!
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