06-27-2013 09:03 AM
Woohoo! Got my fix! EQ Premiere gave me a notice yesterday. Checked my FAKO, and confirmed it went to 643. I just got a SW Alert. Checked it, and my FICO matched to 643. Also just received another EQ Premiere alert, which bumped my FAKO up to 656! I'm hoping for a SW Alert later tonight matching my EQ FICO bump to my EQ FICO score!
All this, and EQ is still reporting 51% total utilization.... I can't wait for my report to update my recent payments, which will show 25% utilization! Look out 700 Club! I'm knockin' on your back door!
August payments will bring me down to 13% utilization, and September will have me at 1%!
06-27-2013 09:22 AM
<bzzzzzzzrrrrrpppppp> Sending vibes your way!
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