05-02-2007 01:49 PM - edited 06-01-2007 11:21 PM
As I have explained in the past collections and deletions have hurt my fico score for EQ but not TU and EX. I hope this is a glitch and EQ will rebound a little more as I continue to play by the rules no lates on anything since last december. All collections and CO are zero paid or transferred. 10 CC all maxed out until 3 weeks ago and only one update has hit my report on all bureaus with 2 now showing on EX and EQ I believe. I'll edit if I am wrong. I am hoping the pay offs will bring my accounts up to if not past at least the 600 level. I will continue to try to get util to all below 10% soon. I am expecting an install loan to hit and who knows what that might do to my credit profile. I am hopeful and anxious since I hadn't realized until this moment that EX alone went up 66 points and TU 84 points! I am curious why EQ is so low when it was originally the highest. I must of lost a lot of hx with the deletions. Any thoughts or comments are always welcomed!!!
Hope to hear from all of you soon!
I decided to add truecredit so that we can also monitor the differences in the scoring models for all you statisticians out there. I'll supply the data and you can interpret
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05-05-2007 06:23 AM - edited 05-05-2007 06:24 AM
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