I did too until I ran my 65 page FICO 3B. I can't make it up
We need @BrutalBodyShots to confirm something like that is possible.
No you don't - I'm telling you first hand! I printed the whole 60+ pages and went through it after I received the alert. Nothing changed except this trash
And two days from now you'll gain back the 25 points. lol
Well maybe not, but the FICO scores bounce around so much. It's not worth fretting unless you have a new baddie reporting.
I've only seen wild score swings like that from someone with a super thin/young file.
I've seen others in the forum report strange drops in score, only to regain them days later.
-20 from Equifax and -19 from Experian around Christmas on a non-derogatory, non-delinquency, thin file FICO Score Card / Bucket with no revolving accounts and 1 open installment loan. It was the first inquiry to show on each.
As asked by Rev in Post 8, I'd like to hear the reason codes before and after. 25 points lost for a single inquiry is far more than I've ever heard of, regardless of profile. I know the OP stated that nothing else changed, but chances are something did.