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Re: 2 point drop?


TrishN wrote:

With my understanding 2 pts drop because you log in myfico forum too much. Am I right?


Well if that's the case I should have negative scores now :smileysad:

lol

 


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Re: 2 point drop?

llecs

It was an alert from myFico.com.

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Re: 2 point drop?


madmann26 wrote:
llecs

It was an alert from myFico.com.

Take myFICO alerts with a grain of salt. Remember, it alerts you to a net score change as opposed to an alert for a specific reason. It'll throw out the best guess per the score change, but isn't always spot on. Keep that in mind. It could be any number of things.

 

If relying solely on an alert, it might be worth pulling EQ from somewhere to look for changes. Two points is nothing in the scheme of things. Your score can change daily and you'll see many more increases or decreases like this. I'd look at a new EQ report for changes like balance increases, a dispute comment, changes in status dates, a CLD, status changes, and many more as any of these can drop your scores

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Re: 2 point drop?

Thanks llecs!!

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Re: 2 point drop?

*chuckle*

 

I got those 2 points back today. 


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Re: 2 point drop?

I gained +2 pts every time I convince someone to drapp. (I am employed by the devil after all.)


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