05-15-2007 06:37 AM
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05-15-2007 09:46 AM
I think most consumers forget how much if an impact age has. A 30 day late from last month that was deleted this month would surely have more of an impact than someone in your situation.
jerry wrote:Yeah it's funny you get the lates and they don't waste anytime lowering your score, and you get them removed and get nothing. The whole thing seems shady. Two thirty day lates removed should give some sort of score increase for sure. I wasn't expecting a 50 point jump or anything but to have the same score is ridiculous. If they were 3 or 4 years old I could see it, but this makes no sense; although nothing about fico does really.
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