02-26-2008 02:39 PM
I have done nothing...I haven't opened any new accounts, and I have no balances on any of my credit cards. There was no new activity on any account, The only 2 accts with balances are my car lease and mortgage, both of which dropped...so why did my score drop 7 points after it was just raised? Who can I contact over something like this?
02-26-2008 02:40 PM
02-26-2008 03:38 PM
02-26-2008 06:30 PM
There was a change on your credit report that lowered your score but did not trigger an alert. For example, the balance on an account might have increased enough to lower your score, but not enough to trigger a balance increase alert.
02-26-2008 06:37 PM
02-27-2008 06:43 AM
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