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Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]

Hi everyone, can someone tell me what this means? It was on true credit of things hurting my score. don't really care about the score b/c its fako's but was curious what this ment.
 
Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]
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Re: Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]

Probably "too short a history of credit card use"
 
Low age of average account, oldest CC not very old?
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Re: Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]

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laila..............means you need more credit cards (revolving debt) and/or your file is too young (lucky you).
 
You need to show, over a period of time, you can responsibly manage debt.


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Re: Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]

Looks like that comment came from TrueCredit. I don't put any trust or faith into their comments.
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Re: Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]



laila08 wrote:
Hi everyone, can someone tell me what this means? It was on true credit of things hurting my score. don't really care about the score b/c its fako's but was curious what this ment.
 
Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]


As you know, the score is FAKO.  So is the advice.
 
The only thing you should be looking at on TC is the actual reports.
 
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Re: Not enough revolving debt experience. [Equifax]

Thanks for all the replys guys! You guys rock. I think my stuff is to young I am in the aging mode right now and paying off some debt. I think i have plenty of cards. well for me anyway. I don't plan on apping for anything new till next year. (Watch out PenFed!! :smileywink: )
My cards are:
 
Amex blue
BoA plat
Wamu visa(AU)
Juniper(AU)
Discover Open Roads
 
Not to shabby?
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