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Turns out this whole $2 trick is actually legit...

 

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792 (+38)

Don't know how.

Of course, when it was over 800 and dropped to around 755, I couldn't explain that either other than I opened one new card.

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1 hour ago, chicagorich said:

792 (+38)

Don't know how.

Of course, when it was over 800 and dropped to around 755, I couldn't explain that either other than I opened one new card.

This model hates new accounts...

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18 minutes ago, chicagorich said:

Damned Apple... :)

is yours reporting? mine isn't (yet)

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What's impacting your score?

You have too many credit accounts with balances.

 

Equifax snapshot on 10/25/2019

  • 1 revolver reported $7 balance; all other balances $0
  • 23 total revolving accounts open

So, one account reporting a balance is too many?

 

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13 hours ago, policebox said:

816 (+6)

 

You are 2 points from the top end of this score model.  :good: 

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