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I want to know how a score can go from 650 to 619 in two days and ther was no activity on my credit

I wanted to know how a score can go from 650 to 619 in two (2) days and there is no activity on my credit and nothing has change on my report
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Re: I want to know how a score can go from 650 to 619

Did opld collections fall off? Did you maybe age out of one credit ranking into another such as 'Cardholders with collections on their accounts lessthan two years old''?
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I'd assume you're missing something changed. Be it additional inquiries, different reported balance, different dates on any negative accounts, etc.
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