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DCU FICO is Up

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This couldn't have included my fourth *d* 1995 Amex, which just started reporting today.

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damn I just checked 10 minutes go and it wasn't up.

 

-4 to 796

 

not bad considering 3 new accounts reported this month.

 

wife: -23 to 778

 

the new accounts hurt her much more. she has several more than me and her entire profile is younger.

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****d***

 

*********d********* Amex for taking 113 days to start reporting this #@%^@$%^#$^&Y@$%^Y$ thing.

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what does the DCU FICO soft look like on EQ? it definitely doesn't say DCU at all. is it from EQUIFAX directly?

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-1 to 747. I'm guessing because of the accidental $51 balance I let report?

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For me first DCU FICO, 661

 

myFICO - EQ FICO was 667 about a month ago

 

some new accounts and so some inquiries.

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I'm getting a ding with the verbaige "you have a consumer finance account on your report" - what account(s) would be considered that and is it really a "ding"?

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I am looking forward to getting the free Equifax FICO from DCU. Just approved and waiting for my membership materials to arrive. Now I can cancel my Equifax Complete Monitoring and save even more money by joining DCU.

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