Regular Contributor
Posts: 124
Registered: ‎05-01-2008

a 39 point!?!?

So I just paid for another score with experian, and low and score has jumped to 629.  I started looking very closely at the accounts, and I saw almost no difference at all...just a couple acounts that reported one more month of steady payments... but nothing else more significant.  How the heck did this happen?  (Not that I am complaining)
Nov 09: TU 644 EQ 665
Dec 09: TU 644 EQ 673
New Year: TU 658 EQ 673
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Posts: 2,374
Registered: ‎03-15-2007

Re: a 39 point!?!?

Those couple of accounts probably altered your credit mix...especially if your credit report previously had no or very few accounts reporting as paid as agreed.
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