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how can my credit score drop since jan,14 when i have paid off accounts?
closed seas account
closed dillards account
closed bank of america account
closed american express account
closed lowe'saccount

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Your score dropped because you closed out those accounts.  You basically took away good credit that was available to you, so now you've lost good credit history.  You need to learn more about proper use of credit and what makes up your credit score.   Visit www.credit.about.com for tons of great advice.  No sign-up needed and totally free.  Also, Credit Karma doesn't look at this forum, so if you have a problem with this website or services, please email support@creditkarma.com.  Best of luck!

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there is no response because you have not answered te question....

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credit score is invalid

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your information is not sufficient and you are not updated with the facts.

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why is my credit score drop and i have paid something off

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