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Registered: ‎04-10-2007
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When can I see a change?

This is what I have done so far in the last 3 months.
 
Paid off a revolving collection account: 2,200
Paying off 1,600 collection credit account.
Paid off 160 collection.
 
Added two new credit lines: 550 total limit, I have paid them early and more than the minimum 3 months straight.
 
Got one collection account for 194 taken off which was not mine.
 
I did add some inquiries!
I still have some collection accounts left totaling 650.
 
My scores are:
experian 526
trans: 567
equifax: 558
 
Experian dropped 40 points the other two increased.
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Posts: 8,177
Registered: ‎03-25-2007
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Re: When can I see a change?



joemc3 wrote:
 
 
Experian dropped 40 points the other two increased.



Welcome to the "EX should be consigned to the nether regions of that hot place down below" club   :smileyvery-happy:
The slide from grace is really more like gliding
And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding
But to find a graceful way of staying slid
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Posts: 452
Registered: ‎07-14-2007
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Re: When can I see a change?

Was the drop becouse of the the credit lines?
if so they will rebound...
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