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Re: First FICO pull since rebuild started...

All the info about me is in my rebuild thread here


Starting Score: 467 EQ
Current Score: 467 EQ
Goal Score: 720+


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Re: First FICO pull since rebuild started...


CollectionKing wrote:

467 on EQ, talk about gut wrenching, I have a LONG way to go.  Guess I will get to know everyone here quite well.

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This is my second journey to rebuild, I started back in 08 and went from a sub 500 score to 620+ and got my house, then I got sued and pretty much lost everything.  I'm 26 so I guess the positive to all of this is that it's happening when I'm young.


You can do it! I started from the same place--check out my scores (and I have a BK)…anything's possible.

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Current Score: TU 706 EQ FICO 701 EX 704
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Re: First FICO pull since rebuild started...

Yea I filed Chapter 7 back in 2010

Starting Score: 467 EQ
Current Score: 467 EQ
Goal Score: 720+


CollectionKing's Rebuild Thread

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Re: First FICO pull since rebuild started...

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CollectionKing wrote:

467 on EQ, talk about gut wrenching, I have a LONG way to go.  Guess I will get to know everyone here quite well.

 

This is my second journey to rebuild, I started back in 08 and went from a sub 500 score to 620+ and got my house, then I got sued and pretty much lost everything.  I'm 26 so I guess the positive to all of this is that it's happening when I'm young.


Were with ya buddy! you are not alone! I went through it also...started in the 500's all across, it can be a long and frustration journey (was in my case) but i remained positive and strong!!!

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Re: First FICO pull since rebuild started...

You can do it! I had a 423 in 2007 and I just got into a good spot in 2012. It takes a LOT of patience, but it can certainly be done. The biggest change comes from within you! I'm here to help in anyway I can. Best of luck on your journey!

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Starting Score - 575 (4/10)
Current Score - EQ - 750, TU - 752, EX - 728 11/4/12

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