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Hello I was wondering why my credit score dropped 9 points?
I opened up two new credit cards in the past three months. Jc penney and discount tire. But my credit score dropped 9 points since. I'm not behind on anything.

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Really?   you are ask that question and you have been on CreditKarma for over a year now!   

Come on Folks, everyone needs to educate themself,  start reading and learning.  This should be part of Credit 101.

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Any time you open new accounts your score drops, but as you make payments it will increase (about 6 months).    

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I read about why my score would drop..the issue is this. No new accounts have been open n all of by accounts are being paid on time

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Please read this article to learn more about common reasons why credit scores drop: https://www.creditkarma.com/article/MyScoreDroppedWhy

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