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Home insurance is paid by escrow through mortgage account. Never been late or missed payment.
Why should I have a "Very Poor" home insurance score? Auto deducted. Mortgage payment also auto deducted from checking account (same bank).

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Re: Home insurance. Question correct.

My home insurance score should be excellent.  Never missed a payment or been late.  Sent from mortgage account yearly on time.

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Question correct.

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Home insurance score.

"Very poor" score HAS to be wrong. Hurtst my credit. Please check on this issue.

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Hi pipbaby!

Insurance scores are a confusing topic. The score is calculated using data from your credit report. It does not include your claim history. Your on-time insurance payments are typically not included on your credit report. You can learn more about this topic here: https://www.creditkarma.com/article/what-is-a-home-insurance-score

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