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28 point equifax jump

never expected that!



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Re: 28 point equifax jump

Happy Dance!!!



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Re: 28 point equifax jump

Woohoo, nice!

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Re: 28 point equifax jump

Congrats on the increase!

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Re: 28 point equifax jump

That is really great!

 

See...All that hard work is starting to pay off!

 

Keep at it LoveGoodCredit!

 

You can do it!



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Re: 28 point equifax jump

Nicely done! Congrats! 

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Re: 28 point equifax jump


LoveGoodCredit wrote:

never expected that!


What caused the increase?

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Re: 28 point equifax jump

HI!  I am not sure I cant view my report right now.  Equifax wants me to fax them my DL in order to review my report.  I am assuming it is because I have passed the 6month mark for ontime payments on a CC and car loan and then got down to only two collections.

 



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Re: 28 point equifax jump

Awesome! Your getting there!


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Re: 28 point equifax jump

How old are the last 2 collections?

 

Have you been trying to have them removed?

 

Also...You are doing great!



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