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Utilizaton Question, Again

If my First Premier has a CO of $451 and I pay that $451 in full, will that help with utilization, thus bringing my score up a little?  DOFD was 12/2010.  You know, looking at my CR, that thing was CO after one 60 day late...seems sort of extreme.  Anyway, thank you for any responses.

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Re: Utilizaton Question, Again

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Re: Utilizaton Question, Again

Yes.  They are reporting the limit of $250 and CO amount of $451.  They still own the debt so it is only them reporting.

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