12-17-2007 03:38 PM
I think that if you pull your scores before an alert comes, you won't get the alert. I've learned that sad lesson myself. It's no big deal if it's obvious why there's a change, but it's a real * d'oh * thing if it's a mystery.
mmts0717 wrote: Actually, I did not get a credit alert. I just pulled my credit that day and got the score. To, this date, almost a week, I have not gotten an alert about the judgement being removed but it has been
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