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Registered: ‎11-07-2012
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Need your advice on what to do if the score is not moving up!!!!

Desperately need your advice.

 

The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high. - $25745

You've recently been looking for credit. - 4

You've made heavy use of your available revolving credit. - 39%

 

Current FICO - 706

 

the mortgage company's credit pulling dept coreLogic pulled my report 4 times, OCT 2012, Feb 2013, March 2013

i applied for Credit in Nov 2012.

 

My score before the last inquriy was 722. And i had 8 accounts carrying balances.

Now i've paid if 3 of 8, and have just 5 of them at around 49% individual util, and 34.2% overall Util

 

but my score is not moving up at all!!!!!!!! i used 4000 cash to pay off my 3 accounts.

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Re: Need your advice on what to do if the score is not moving up!!!!

34% overall util is very high. When paying down CC debt, my biggest gains in FICO came when my util moved from 30% down to the single digits. FICO also dings you if most of your accounts are carrying balances. IMO, pay off the smallest balances first.

 

 

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