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I have no changes to any accounts yet my score has dropped 34 points in two weeks.

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It's very difficult to know for certain that there have been no changes.  Even a side by side review of trhe credit reports is still difficult to know all the components that can change and how they impact your scores.  Unfortunately, reading a report can be a confusing endeavor.  Something as simple as a creditor failing to report your limit or rather than reporting the limit of a credit card the change to reporting your high balance as your limit which then changes your credit limit utilization can have huge impacts.

I would recommend a review of your credit reports witha  credit expert to better determine the highest areas of impact and what your best course of action would be for improving your scores.  If you have further questions, I'd be happy to assist you.

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