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CREDIT SCORE WENT DOWN 13 POINTS!
Score went down 13 pts from 10/2013 - 03/2014 because of inquires. Checked inquires and the inquires that are posting are from 2012. I don't get it?

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The scores you see here are just for fun, nobody sees or uses them for actual credit.  Only score that counts is your FICO score, which is vastly different than this one, so I wouldn't sweat it.  If you are really worried, pull a copy of your complete credit report at www.annualcreditreport.com and make sure all info is accurate.  If you want to know your FICO score, you can purchase it at myfico.com.

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THANK YOU!!

Ok...Thanks for the response! 

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Glad to help.  Personally I like www.credit.about.com better for all things credit related.  No sign-up needed, totally free and they cover every subject under the sun.  Best of luck!!

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