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Fico Score

My overall utilization is at 25% right now with a TU fico of 642 if I pay down my debt could I come close to 700?

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Registered: ‎08-24-2012

Re: Fico Score

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There are way to many factors that could affect it  to know but it definitly wont hurt.

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Re: Fico Score

On TU, I wouldn't bet on hitting 700. You'll likely be south of that but you'd see a solid double-digit increase. I bet you could possibly hit 670-680.

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