01-26-2013 07:42 AM
i checked my credit karma score today an it showed a 11 point increase. is that because of having a medical collection deleted from my credit report? Or is it because i received a 200$ cli on one of my cards?
01-26-2013 07:44 AM
Or a combination of both? Congats anyway!
01-26-2013 08:03 AM
Log into Credit Karma and go to your Score center. Look at credit cards. If it was becuase of the increase it will show.
other loans may show a decrease as well for a delete. I had 100.00 medical bill deleted and it increase vantage score but not transunion.
Also look at Credit Report Card, Click on Derogatory Remarks and see if the Numbers changed from you had before in collections.
01-26-2013 08:21 AM
Thats becuase for the month of January you started out with 4, next month will show three.
I didnt get an increase on transunion but vantage went way up, but I am happy with knowing one more is off my report so the numbers will all go up eventually :-)
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