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gtech
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Registered: ‎04-17-2007
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The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high.

i know to keep the balance under 10% of the limit my limit is 5000 the balance was 381
is there a $ amount too like 300?
 
this is just one card other 2 card, 6000, 1000 limit zero dallor balance
 
score drop 16 points
 
dose this happen often
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Tuscani
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007
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Re: The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high.



gtech wrote:
i know to keep the balance under 10% of the limit my limit is 5000 the balance was 381
is there a $ amount too like 300?
 
this is just one card other 2 card, 6000, 1000 limit zero dallor balance
 
score drop 16 points
 
dose this happen often



There is no dollar amount. Are you sure something else didn't change?
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gtech
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Re: The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high.

address changed
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chartley3
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Registered: ‎05-23-2007
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Re: The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high.

An Address change shouldnt affect the drop. When was the last time you used the other cards with the 0 balance?? If its been over 6 months you may have gotten dinged on inactivity.
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gtech
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Re: The amount owed on your revolving accounts is too high.

last mo for one and the perveus mo

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