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Re: Score impact adding accts./inquiries

Sorry, overall UTI is roughly 49-50%

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Re: Score impact adding accts./inquiries


guiness56 wrote:

CreditJunkie917 wrote:

no, the TL haven't starting reporting as they were all opened in the past week. I did receive a score boost because of two INQ on EQ. It was an 11pt jump.


That is odd.  You don't get increases due to an inquiry.  Are you sure nothing else happened?  An account aged, AAoA got older, something that would add points.


+1 I doubt it was because of the INQ that your CS went up. It might have been another factor involved that wasn't calculated.

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