04-08-2011 11:11 AM - edited 04-08-2011 12:03 PM
The only 30 day late that I have in the past 3 years was on my Limited Card. And it was a stupid oversight over a $10.00 bill that I thought had been paid. Well I just called them today and they told me that as a ONE TIME curtosey they would have it removed from the Credit Bureau's!!!!!!!!!!!! The gal did it while I was on the phone. Now, I wonder if my score will increase at all??/ What do you folks think will my score increase with this 30 day late deleted????
It was from June of 09. IF only Cap One were this nice
04-08-2011 02:26 PM
nice man congrats. That is great that they did that for you. The damage from a thirty day late two years ago wouldnt be that bad.
04-08-2011 03:41 PM
--but if it was your only late, you now have squeaky clean reports, and if it was one of several (or many, lol), you now have one less TL with a negative. That can help scores, too.
At any rate, congrats! I bad-mouthed them a lot early on due to reporting problems, but after they removed my lates (including a 60) without a blink, I love them.
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