11-21-2007 08:45 AM
11-21-2007 08:53 AM
jackg wrote:This might be of interest to those of you who also have this bug.This morning I followed my normal ritual by updating my True Credit 3 in 1 report and then checking my scores listed there. To my surprise my Experian was plus 15 points after not budging for 46 days. Of course I had to investigate to find the cause, and, when I compared to the day previous, the one and only change was a CLI to my NFCU nRewards Visa that went from $2,000 to $10,000.Now I'm really curious what will happen when this change updates at TU & EQ. Is it possible I'll get that 15 points 2 more times? I'm unsure because like most others the content of those 2 reports is different from EX and from each other.This sure is an interesting game.
11-21-2007 08:59 AM
11-21-2007 10:49 AM
jackg wrote:Don't you just want to have SOME ONE explain how the heck all that can happen?
11-21-2007 11:17 AM
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