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April Credit Sesame is up!

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+3 to 721. Next months should be good as my utilization will be about 3% as long as I stay obsessive with my reporting balances.

 

Edited to correct horrible autocorrects

Edited by Moto'sMommy

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So, I froze EX a couple weeks ago for some strategic credit maneuvering :lol:

 

If I thaw it out yet this month, will credit sesame update next month?

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It should update after thawing Ex,

 

as long as you log in a few times to keep the CS account active.

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+17 to 693 Need to age my new CCs. AAOA is 5 months lol

To clarify Bob's observation:

 

The practical way to look at a 5-month AAOA is, an infinite number of new accounts would only cost you 5 months. :angel:

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666 :sorry: Been there for four months!

 

Not sure if I care if it goes up or down, as long as the number changes!!

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+17 to 693 Need to age my new CCs. AAOA is 5 months lol

To clarify Bob's observation:

 

The practical way to look at a 5-month AAOA is, an infinite number of new accounts would only cost you 5 months. :angel:

 

Infinite number?? I better start apping!!! :rofl:

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I'm up 2 to 744; however, I pulled my EX from myFICO a few weeks ago and it was at 774, so Credit Sesame isn't really in the same ZIP code at this point.

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wow Credit Sesame inactivated my account because I hadnt logged in since I grabbed my March credit scores and I wont get a refresh until next month.

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WOW! I know CS checks EX, but it is 747, which is my EQ score right now. Both reports are the same. I'm not paying for my EX FICO just yet.

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