06-19-2007 05:16 PM
Installment is installment! On time payments are what counts. Revolving debt carries much more weight.
fused111 wrote:4. NO!
I did not know that. I always thought Auto installment debt counted lighter but still negatively to your score. Is it only Auto debt or all installments debt is ignored?
06-19-2007 05:57 PM - edited 06-20-2007 02:23 PM
07-02-2007 09:12 PM
07-02-2007 09:16 PM - edited 07-02-2007 09:21 PM
07-02-2007 09:22 PM
bobkelly wrote:Pay down your loans as soon as possible to save on interest.Your right if you want to save $$. However, many at this forum are trying to improve their FICO scores and overall credit rating. Sometimes certain actions do not help you do both.
07-03-2007 10:00 AM
07-03-2007 10:23 AM - last edited on 07-03-2007 11:26 AM by Tuscani
Is there a way to block this edit from showing up when I read a thred?
No need for name calling. Thanks!
07-03-2007 11:08 AM - last edited on 07-03-2007 11:20 AM by Tuscani
MODS, MODS, MODS! Please dump this post!
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