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Re: how high in a year???

Who knows? My FICO scores are about 30 points higher than my FAKO's from Truecredit. Some people have FICO scores that are 100 points lower than their respective FAKO Scores. I pay no attention to them at all.
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dog wrote:
who has jumped 100 pts or more in a year and how? i would like to hear your story.


In the last 6 months:
 
TU - +111
EQ - +80
EX - -7
 
And yes, that last one is a minus
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amazing, isnt it.  i am hoping for some plussage pretty soon or i am going to freak out.
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I used to tell lenders no need to pull credit I am at least an 850. lol It was my TU FAKO score. I went up 110 FICO points in past 12 months. No story really, I didn't know about checking my scores and what effected them. I was watching the Suze show and she kept pushing FICO. I started buying scores and here I am. I still have many more points and at least 1 year to go to reach a personal goal score that I set for my self.

Message Edited by ilovepizza on 06-22-2007 05:53 PM
If we never set higher goals we would never get as far.
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Timothy wrote:
102 Points in 30 days 518 to 620
140 in 6 months. 480 to 620
Who? Me

I took my new score to the Amex webstite and I was approved!!!!!!!!!!
Think  518 less than a month ago.
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Timothy wrote:
102 Points in 30 days 518 to 620
140 in 6 months. 480 to 620
Who? Me


I took my new EX score to the AMEX website and they approved me for the Sky Miles.
Crazy to think it was 518 on May 21.
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Timothy.
I am wondering if you have any collections on your cr's.
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I now have zero on EXP, one on EQ and TU that fall off TU in Aug.
 


ObsessedwithmyFico wrote:
Timothy.
I am wondering if you have any collections on your cr's.



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I jumped up 84 points on EX. 533 to 617 as of today from April 23, 2007. Got my 90 late SL up to date and in good standing. Dropped my UTL in half and knocked off 2 baddies.... I'm going to the top ladies and gents...lol
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lost2007 wrote:
I jumped up 84 points on EX. 533 to 617 as of today from April 23, 2007. Got my 90 late SL up to date and in good standing. Dropped my UTL in half and knocked off 2 baddies.... I'm going to the top ladies and gents...lol

Was the 90 day late with SM?
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