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08-01-2007 08:41 PM
r92503lind wrote:I purchased the FICO score for EX today and where it gives explanation on the good and back of the score it stated the following below:"The remaining balance on your non-mortgage installment loans is too high. "In reading posts on myfico I had always thought installment balances do not matter as they do not change as revolving debt does. This only shows up on EX and wanted to find out why its only EX and if this is the case what data is used to compare the percentage paid vs. original account balance.Anyone had this before that could help?
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