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ah32 wrote:Not to doubt your knowledge, but if you have scores in the 400's, how do you have so many opinions? Where have you learned what you know? I'm debating on my options to improve my credit. I've followed through with advice to dispute acct to drop off in July and it was dropped. Thanks. Just came across a thread where you revealed your scores. Not trying to sound disrespectful. Just curious.
07-08-2007 03:42 PM
07-08-2007 10:11 PM
Ha! He has a right to his privacy, but based on his earlier posts one can get an idea.
Just imagine how much he will know if he drags himself into the 600s.
07-09-2007 05:30 PM
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