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Does it seem the credit score controllers keep being able to update your score to keep it lowered?

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Not exactly understanding your question. Your credit scores are calculated freshly each and everytime someone request it. The informations on your credit report might be up to the minute because majority of creditors only report your credit activities once a month. There is no one (the controller) with their finger on the button to keep your scores low on purpose, it's pretty much computerized.

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All credit scores should be updated to show positive scores. The old information should be removed and not continue on your scores. The old information on your score should be cleared and not used over and over to keep your score lowered. The credit scores it seems to keep poor people poor. Because wealthy people do not have or need credit scores. When your inquires are finished they should not be allowed to stay years on your credit. They should be removed in 3 months. The fact that credit is used to increase payments on the poor is wrong. The wealthy get away with out paying their fair share of taxes and also do not have a credit score to keep them controlled and keep they not able to increase their score, because they have none.

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