02-24-2008 02:51 PM
02-24-2008 03:24 PM
Multiple inquiries for a home mortage within 20 days dropped credit score twice (by > 25 pts total). All oher changes were positive during that period (decreased debt and on time payments). I thought that all inquiries for a mortage within 30 days were considered as 1. Have I irreversibly hurt my credit by shopping for a better rate?
02-24-2008 04:39 PM
02-24-2008 05:48 PM
02-24-2008 06:05 PM
02-24-2008 06:11 PM
Even if there are multiple inquiries (mortgage-related) listed, there shouldn't be an impact on score as FICO does not count them separately.That dispute may also play into the score. If you dispute a CA, for example, I believe, FICO won't count that account in the score until it comes back verified.IMO, I'd send a DV to the CA ASAP CMRRR. Don't call them.
02-25-2008 03:05 PM
02-25-2008 06:26 PM
lc1 wrote:They further warned me to be careful that hits from credit monitoring agencies, other than Equifax could result in hard hits to my report. Is this true?
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