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Registered: ‎01-07-2013
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Score Alert discrepancy with actual score.

Is this Score Alert valid? Nothing has changed on my credit report to cause a score drop?

 

Trying to rebuild my credit. Thanks. 

 

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Re: Score Alert discrepancy with actual score.

Was anything disputed? I've had similar alerts like that where the two scores didn't jive. It was explained to me that a score alert caught a score drop but the drop was only temporary and by the time I pulled a new report, the higher score was showing. Basically it's an outdated score alert. IME, it was due to a dispute dropping the score only to be reversed when the dispute cleared.

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Registered: ‎01-07-2013
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Re: Score Alert discrepancy with actual score.

Thanks for your reply! :smileyhappy: Nope, I haven't disputed anything. I haven't done anything credit-related to cause this. Hmm.

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