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ktl55
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Will this help my score?

I have been successful in the last 45 days to have collections removed from my CR as follows. I was wondering how will this effect my score. FYI - I had a new collection added 4/2007 to all 3 reports. Will I break even, see an increase or great decline do to the recent collection
 
EXP
 
Collection account from 9/23/2005 - Deleted
Collection account from 3/4/2004 - Deleted
Collection account from 7/2006 - Deleted
Collection account from 7/2001 - Deleted
 
TU
Collection account from 8/2001 - Deleted
Collection account from 6/2006 Deleted
Collection account from 5/2001 - Deleted
 
Equ - ALL my Hard Inq have been deleted (had 18 in total)
 
Collection account from 7/2001 - deleted
 
Thusfar everthing I have disputed has been deleted
 
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Tuscani
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Re: Will this help my score?

Your should see a substancial increase.
Keep in mind, your scores could actually drop in the short term as you lost a lot of account history.
 
PS.. congrats!
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ktl55
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Re: Will this help my score?

Thanks. I have 2 more accounts with EQU that I waiting for results on. 1 account came back from the CRA verified but then I disputed it again cause I had proof (cancelled check, 0 bal ltr from OC) that it was paid to the OC. Waiting to hear back from EQU.  I'm excited too............but SOOO scared to check my scores because of that new collection.
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Tuscani
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Re: Will this help my score?

Yea, the new collection certainly does not help.
 
I like to create a baseline though. Pull them now and then again monthly until your derogs are gone.
 
Just don't let the baseline discourage you! Sounds like you have already come a long way.
 
 
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ktl55
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Re: Will this help my score?

doesn't myfico charge me for every new score I pull? I pull my credit reports everyday...........just becuase I have nothing else to do but read boards, pull CR and check e-mail............lol
 
myfico says "buy todays score" I'm trying to keep my CC down..................lol. I figured I'd wait until the end of my investigations before I pull scores again.
 
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Tuscani
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Re: Will this help my score?



ktl55 wrote:
doesn't myfico charge me for every new score I pull? I pull my credit reports everyday...........just becuase I have nothing else to do but read boards, pull CR and check e-mail............lol
 
myfico says "buy todays score" I'm trying to keep my CC down..................lol. I figured I'd wait until the end of my investigations before I pull scores again.
 



Yep. I monitor my reports with TrueCredit. I only pull my scores on myfico.com periodically or if something has recently changed. Just remember, any score you get that is not from myfico.com is considered FAKO and should be ignored.
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ktl55
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Re: Will this help my score?

I monitor my CR with TC, Exp and Equ. So the score I got last week from Equ (score watch) is not a true score? I asked that darn CSR if this was a FICo score and she said YES!!
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twnkltoz
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Re: Will this help my score?

Congrats!  I'd love to hear how you got your deletions, and who they were!
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Tuscani
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Re: Will this help my score?



ktl55 wrote:
I monitor my CR with TC, Exp and Equ. So the score I got last week from Equ (score watch) is not a true score? I asked that darn CSR if this was a FICo score and she said YES!!


Sorry.. EQ is the exception.. EQ and FICO scores are the same.
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madriley
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Re: Will this help my score?

What is the new collection for?

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