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HiI notice on my credit reports that there are several items (ie. auto loans, installment loans) that were paid off, but the notation of the account is 'Account closed at consumers request'. Does the fact that these accounts appear this way instead of "paid in full" (or the like) have any affect on my credit score?thanks
08-11-2007 11:13 AM
Redamagon wrote:I don't get these scores from the credit companies. I have an account with another provider, which gives a different scores than MyFico.
08-16-2007 03:35 PM
I have always operated on a cash basis. Now, I am trying to purchase a home, and have no FICO score. What is the best way to quickly establish myself in FICO?
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