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06-25-2007 06:23 PM - edited 06-25-2007 06:40 PM
That would place your util at 64.2% which is high. But 110 points, I am baffled. Are you sure nothing else is being reported or a postive old TL didn't fall off? What was your score before the big drop?
It was a balance of $4500 on a line of $7000. It was a single purchase for a big ticket item I was waiting to buy, and paid it off in a week.
I agree! -110 is a HUGE change. Previously I was seeing moved or +4 or -1 every other week or so. When I saw the scorewatch mail today I felt sick to my stomach Might call Equifax tomorrow to see if there anything strange going on.
06-25-2007 06:28 PM
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Yes it did. The current balance after paying it off and adding some new charges stands at about $140 however
06-25-2007 07:13 PM - edited 06-25-2007 07:14 PM
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