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Registered: ‎12-01-2011

Credit Cards Aging

I have 4 credit cards total, 3 of them I have had less than a year. Will I see a score increase once my cards turn one year old?

Starting Score: 539 EQ 11/1/2011
Current Score: 648 EQ SW , 670 TU SW, 654 EX (MTG Pull 8/19/2013)

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Re: Credit Cards Aging

Maybe. YMMV. It depends on your credit profile, mix of credit, whether or not AAoA changes, whether or not you have any newer TLs or inquiries under a year, etc. Generally expect a small bump when the newest hits 1 yr.

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