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When a score drops or increases

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When a score drops or increases

The only way to keep tabs on why your score increases or drops is to be enrolled in the 3 bureau monthly monitoring. I have noticed that in the alert section it is very specific to why a score has changed. This is the best answer that I can come up with.

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Re: When a score drops or increases

Just get a ton of cards and vary the post dates by a few days each and let some balances report.  I get alerts all the time.


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Re: When a score drops or increases


CreditBob wrote:

The only way to keep tabs on why your score increases or drops is to be enrolled in the 3 bureau monthly monitoring. I have noticed that in the alert section it is very specific to why a score has changed. This is the best answer that i can come up with.


1. It's the most efficient way to keep track of FICO scores that I know, but there are other things. At Experian.com you can get your EX FICO 8 score in real time, a couple of days quicker than you'd get it in My FICO.

 

2. The alerts are NOT specific as to why a score changed. Very often the event being referred to in the alert is unrelated to the score change.


FICO8 EQ 743 TU 777 EX 752 Total revolving limits 618800 (508800 reporting)
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