07-19-2013 10:04 AM
Just pulled an updated FICO score from here my last scores Equi-795 4/13, transunion 779 4/13. As of today Im Equi-803, Exp-830, Trans-786. I'm pleased however transunion lists what's hurting my score as too many accounts at 17 (most old closed accounts). Experian and Equifax dont list anything as derogatory, opinions?
07-19-2013 11:11 AM
Experian under whats hurting your Fico score states....
"Because your FICO® score is exceptionally high, there are no actionable negative factors present with your score. Continue to manage your credit as you currently are doing to maintain your very high FICO® score." Transunion states "You have too many credit accounts.
Your FICO score takes into account the number of accounts (such as credit cards or installment loans) on your credit report. You have a large number of accouts.Number of your credit accounts currently paid as agreed 17 accounts." I know transunion on myFico is an older TU98, and Experian is a very new model but should I take these comments seriously?
07-19-2013 11:57 AM
Looks like they were just trying to find "something". Wouldn't worry about it, you're doing great!
07-19-2013 12:54 PM
Thanks! know I'm over analyzing it.
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