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More rebuild success!

Just reduced my utl from %64 to %19 and saw a 20 point increase! 562 to 581 in 1 month :smileyhappy:

 

 

 

Now we are cooking with grease!!!

 

 

 

I have a student loan that is in default....I am in a rehab program and my 9th payment is in Feb.....that and 1 collection from First Premier are hurting me the most......I wonder what type of boost I'll get when those go away??

 

 

 

FYI.....i don't think i've ever had better than ok credit.....I'm excited to see where this goes :smileyhappy:

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Myfico 635 (3/01/14)
EX FAKO 667 EQ 697 Barclaycard TU 707 4/27/14 (yea!)
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Re: More rebuild success!

Congrats. I paid down my utl too , just waiting for them to report to CA and very impatiently wating too see what kind of score change I'll get.


Starting Score: 2/22/12: EQ 530, TU 553, EX 528(lender). 12/4/12 (rebuilding starts)= EQ 599.
Current Score: 7/2/2013: EQ 712, TU FICO 702, EX 716(CU pulled).
Goal Score: 750 all across.

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Re: More rebuild success!

Good Luck Mama-j!!!

Starting FICO 485
Myfico 635 (3/01/14)
EX FAKO 667 EQ 697 Barclaycard TU 707 4/27/14 (yea!)
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Re: More rebuild success!

I paid my util down as well but it hasn't officially changed on my CR's yet. Congrats on the points and good luck.



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Current Score: TU: 644 EQ: 648 EX: 6?? 2/2015
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Re: More rebuild success!

Congrats!!!


Starting Score: EQ 511 TU 552 EX 545 8/29/2012
Current Score: TU 712|EQ 695|EXP 723 (FICO)
What's in my wallet? Cap1 PLAT AU $4.25k; Cap1 QS AU $2k; NFCU Siggy $45k; $5k WalMart MC; CFNA Firestone $1.8k; Amazon $3k; NFCU Cash Rewards $22K; AMEX BCE $21k; NavCheck $15k; Lowe's $10k; Citi DP $7.7k; AMEX ED $8.5k; Chase Freedom $4.5k
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Re: More rebuild success!

Very nice, util sure has a big impact on score. Congrats!

Starting Score: EQ 717 EX 724 TU 736
Current Score: EQ 816 EX 780 TU 823
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Re: More rebuild success!

Congrats

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Re: More rebuild success!

Congrats....I too just paid $7500 on a $15K former HSBC account, now Cap One, and am waiting for the updates.

Balance is now $726...I'm expecting a 35 pt increase and will settle for nothing less.  lol.  720's here I come!!

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