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UTI SCORE bump up

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Okay so not all of them reported but I got a nice little bump for the ones that did report today UTI last MArch was 50%
April  23% by my spread sheet but 36% on the CRAs
Currently -May now 19% and going down hopefully 9% by next statement cut so it will show up nicely.
 
Scores on 6/23- when I started were TU 649 EX648 EQ 613 (took a dive with a collection reporting most recent 120 late 1 month ago, disputed with EQ to get it marked as a paid collection as they agreed thats how it should read)
 
Still a few baddies all old- do you think I qual for chase or citibank yet? I really really really want that disney rewards card!


Message Edited by Jesedmotherof5 on 05-07-2008 11:22 AM
6/9/08 FICO TU 697 EX698 EQ 618uti 6% (once new accounts hit) BIZ- DUNS 80, EX 35
GOAL 2008- 700s+ new car
2010 BE a first time buyer
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