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CS went down DRASTICALLY
Why, why, why????? 89 on one and 68 on the other. Balances shown are not balances currently due or owed. WTH is going on here????

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you obviously don't understand how this

All Works....

The credit info you see here and on other credit reports is 30 to 60 days old.  You pay your bills, they report to one of the credit buereaus once a month , usually the day that they send you the next bill. The credit bueaus cross report which can take up to 30 days longer.  So realize that the info you see in your report is usually a couple of months old 

The credit system is a slow moving behemouth that is always playing catch up. 

Just the way it is.  

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Can you provide us with more details? What are you talking about when you say "89 on one and 68 on the other"? Are you talking about dollars owed or points that your score went down? Please explain the whole story.

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