08-25-2007 10:12 AM
08-25-2007 10:16 AM
Way to go! That's a nice jump in score.
Your FICO score has gone up to 663 on August 24, 2007. Interest rate alert: Your new score of 663 may qualify you for a new interest rate of . Rate as of August 24, 2007 for a hloan . See interest rates for all FICO scores. Score Watch Tip: To get alerted whenever your FICO score changes, turn on the score change setting. Changes to your credit report This jump in your FICO® score happened on the same day as a change on your Equifax Credit Report™ which triggered an alert. It's likely that the change in your credit report caused your score to go up, but this is not always the case. Your score may have changed for other reasons, such as paying back your debts responsibly, which isn't always reported as a credit alert. Also, as factors that were hurting your score get older, they have less of a negative impact on your score. In addition, if multiple changes on the credit report happened on the same day, some may have hurt the score while others helped it. 1 of your accounts reported changes CAPITAL ONE AUTO FINANCE (XXXXXXXXXXXXX1001) Show/Hide Details
08-26-2007 08:48 AM
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