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How would I know who pulls what?Oh--and would new accounts hurt me in qualifying (as Target, Crown Jewelry, and Orchard are new)?Only Experian showing reporting so far, though.
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05-13-2008 09:15 AM
I live in Missouri.
Thin?I have mortgages that are closed and/or paid off.I have student loan with 20000 bal.I have auto loan that is paid down to 5700 from 15k+I have some closed accts....My longest account history is 13 years.I do have old/paid baddies, for sure though.
That's considered thin?Not being smartaxx, just don't know any better! (Which is why I am here of course!
05-13-2008 09:35 AM
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