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  1. Ok so I paid for the yearly monitoring after taking a look to see which bureaus are most beneficial to have regular monitoring here on the boards. Nonetheless, now that I've given them my $130 I am very confused about something that hopefully you guys can assist me with.... I am seeing two different score when I log into the report and need to know which one is relevant. When i first pull a new report, on a page sharing only my business name and a notification that says if I am on a Downward trend or upward trend, there is a score that says.. SCORE .. of which mine is a 17 (it does note the date next to this of 6/4/13 thought my report is dated today) And then when you pull up the actual report and see all of the detailed information, there is a part that shows.. CREDIT RANKING SCORE ... mine is a 54 Which score am i paying attention to.. which is most relevant if not both.. and how do you have a 17 and a 54.. please do clarify whoever may be more seasoned in Experian and their scoring. Thanks in advance.
  2. So i received my EQUIFAX report finally for the first time and after taking some time to go through i am able to confirm a couple that report to EQUIFAX or sure... AT&T landline services SPRINT Wireless services.. Sprint is kinda iffy however seeing as I have had them since December 2011 and they only reported up through February 2012.. i still have their service and i confirmed by account number it was them, however.. dont know what is up with that.. dont want to dispute it and mess around and lose the whole trade therefore.. ill just let it be... we switched to AT&T Wireless couple days ago so here is to hoping they report to EQ.. ill add a trade with that.. AT&T (landline) FAITHFULLY reports on the 27th of the month EVERY MONTH for me on Equifax.. and on D&B.. just have to get my first copy of Experian file and i will attempt to conclude who is reporting there..
  3. Sitting here looking at Reliable INVOICE dated and Invoice Date states 6/4 ... i havent done this Net 30 thing in so long so just wondering.. has anything come into the picture making it negative to pay trades too soon. Thinking about sending off the cash for Reliable on tomorrow but recall reading some articles where some were stating instances of not believing it makes it look realistic for business to make payments "too on time" ... nonetheless.... any opinions and feedback appreciated..

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