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He neglected to mention the simple expedient of charging it up to the credit limit and paying it off so that the "high credit" will stand in for the unreported limit.


Just so newbies don't have to search: This is the hallmark of Capital One.

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I read the article and was interested to know the name of the referenced author, Evan. So I did a google on him and found a book that he wrote. I bought the book, Credit Scores and Reports, Evan Hendricks. I will let ya'll know how the book is. Supposedly, he is a highlighted author on privacy issues and credit reporting.

We'll see if he matches up to our great, free board...LOL


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