02-03-2013 10:27 AM
When I started my repair on 2/1/2012 my CK TU score was 540
When I pulled Myfico TU on 12/4/12 my TU Score was 587 and My CK TU score was 561**** +26 point difference
Today my CK TU is 598 **** if I add +26 I should be 624.. approx.
I am making alot of changes and fixes and geting TL deleted etc so I know it will increase but man I want to buy my scores so bad just to peek if I am at 600 or not!!
LOL!! I am doing the inner battle.. its only 20.00...... save the 20.00 keep repairing.... yeah but its only 20.00 :-) ahhhh I am waiting!!
02-03-2013 06:28 PM
Hence why my ck fako went up 55 total points today and my fico went down 2 because of a new Cap1 card and a new First Progress card.
looking at ck makes me crazy!
02-04-2013 10:04 AM
its a better indicator for mortgage apps, credit cards not so much at least in my experience, I was shopping for refi last yr and the broker pull matched my score on here, after I got an updated score I apped for a discover card got approved but less favorable terms because of score, when they sent me the disclosure the discover pull was 20 or 30 pts lower than the score on here, I couldn't get myfico or discover to say what the reason was for the difference , but most on here said its because the score on here is TU 98 model which isn't used for a lot of cc's any more but still widely used in mortgage lending, discover prob pulled a newer model tu 04 or 08 or industry enhanced version of the score
02-04-2013 10:57 AM - edited 02-04-2013 12:53 PM
I am also trying not to panic over a FAKO -- but not having much luck. Not CK but Credit Sesame. I need some reassurance, please!
Last month I applied for and got a VentureOne card with a $10k CL -- which nearly doubles my available credit and should drop my utilization from 32% to well under 20%. I've been happily looking forward to the new card reporting. CK and MyFico still don't have it, but this morning CS sent an alert saying my score had dropped 50 points! CS being CS, they aren't very forthcoming about why the drop happened. But they show that my monthly payments have risen, which could only be because of the new card reporting with a balance (several weeks after being opened).
My CS score was 717 (and CapOne confirmed: 720 on Ex). It's now 667 on CS. I have never, ever, ever had a score below 700 before, and my scores (both FAKO and FICO have mostly been between 720 and 760; currently 743 Eq on MyFico). I was thinking/hoping the new CL and lower util would boost me solidly into the upper 700s.
Yes, I know it's FAKO. But I wouldn't have imagined such a drop in my wildest dreams. My AAoA was 6 years before I got this card. Never had a late payment, ever. No baddies at all. Only two inquiries in the last two years. (And CS already dinged me 10 points for the second of those.)
OMG, what on earth are they thinking!
(EDIT) And more important, how likely is it that having a this new card will knock my real scores down like that?
02-05-2013 08:31 AM
Average Age of Accounts.
There's a stickied post around here with all the common abbreviations on it. If you're a newbie to the forums (as I am), you're going to need it! Sometimes it seems as if folks hereabouts talk in code!
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