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Experian Score from 596 to 653 in 3 weeks ..

And I have no clue what I did. In the last three months, scores went from 631 to 596 to 653. I can assume that the drop from 631 to 596 can be attributed to a missed installment payment and a credit card being closed (part of CCCS agreement, 7K limit). Out of the blue, I pull my report this morning and I have a 653!! All bills are being paid on time. Credit card question: which credit card issuers pull Experian? I'm looking for a new car d with a decent limit. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Re: Experian Score from 596 to 653 in 3 weeks ..

Great for you...
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Re: Experian Score from 596 to 653 in 3 weeks ..

AMEX pulls EX and so does CCCU.
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Re: Experian Score from 596 to 653 in 3 weeks ..

Great increase!! Congrats.
 
For me, Amex and BofA pulled EX. Neither are bk friendly (just in case you need to know that)
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Re: Experian Score from 596 to 653 in 3 weeks ..

Super!

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