11-19-2012 11:48 AM
I have raised my score over 100 points in one year but now I am stuck at 650 and can't seem to move....any advice out there...here is my current situation
Cap one CC = $500 limit 0 balanace 17 month payment history
Cap one CC (rewards) = $500 limit 0 balance 6 month payment history
Great Lakes (student loan) $6K balance $72 monthly payment 10 year clean payment hisotry
Wells fargo education = 5 student loan trade lines with late payments. Have GW'd many times with no luck even after my rehab was done. Accounts where open in 2001 and show no negative payment history since 2009
National bank of commerce = Charge off DOFD was 2006 will not remove
HSBC = Paid Charge off will not remove 2009
First Premier Bank = Charge off will not remove 2009
Need help in breaking through to the next level any advice would be great! Thank you
11-19-2012 11:56 AM
Those baddies are still holding you back a bit. You have some positive TLs that will grow and develop more over time. Might try to add a few more positive TLs to beef up your CR a little more, of course that will cost a bit of drop at first due to the AAoA and Inq. You could also keep plugging away at those baddies, they may say no 100 times, but it only takes one yes. Good lucks!
11-19-2012 12:41 PM
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