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How can the credit bureau say my "debt to income ratio is too high" when they do not know my income?
Sure I have a lot of debt, I own 25 (or so) mortgages! What they do not know if I have a ton of gross income, like around $55,000 a month. I have no "debt to income" issues period, yet my credit score has typically stated I do. Just want to know HOW they can say this?

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Do you know why people don't like Visa signature or World Master credit cards? Because they don't have their credit limit reported. Your non-reported income has the similar impact in your credit report.

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