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Registered: ‎10-06-2010

Credit score (myfico) went from 645 to 680

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Last collect acct. deleted. (YEAH). Credit score (myfico) went from 645 to 680.

On 2/18/2011 my credit score was 550. 130 point increase in less than 2 months. Unbelievable. Never could have done it without myfico forum.

Now all i have left is 6 late payment accts. Sent GW letters on 03/17/2011.

Toyota Financial (GW). They sent me a letter stating they will delete. (YES) 5 to go

1. Neighbors credit union (GW). They want more info (treating as a dispute). multiple late payments

2. Goodyear Credit Card (GW). Sent back standard i cannot delete bla bla bla (multiple late payments)

3. Conns (GW) no reply 1 late payment

4. Kay Jewerly (GW) no reply 2 late payments

5. Pioneer Credit(GW) no reply 1 late payment


If anyone have any good numbers or email addresses that has worked before, please pm.

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