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Question about Util

Alright team, my discover card has started reporting on my credit report this statement according to quizzle I had 1% util overall credit but it says my score went down 10 points what the heck
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Re: Question about Util


NewBreed wrote:
Alright team, my discover card has started reporting on my credit report this statement according to quizzle I had 1% util overall credit but it says my score went down 10 points what the heck

Quizzle scores are FAKO and are pretty much worthless. Don't put any stock into them.

 

IMO your new account is what caused a ding.




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