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I think my big question is, why didn't we hear anything from CK about new credit scoring method?
The new scoring method cratered my credit score this month by 30 points. I went from having good credit to fair in 30 days.

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The credit scores here are for teaching about credit and the Vantage 3 method has been in place since I joined in 2012.  Just using the informatioin provided and playing with the financial tools here, I raised my credit score considerably.  It is our responsibility to keep up with any changes on any sites we may have.

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The notification appeared on Credit Karma about the updated scoring system.  If provided their reasoning for the update as well as a link you could click on to see the comparison of the old scoring along with the new scoring system.

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I didn't even know that there was a new scoring method on here, that shows how much I care about Vantage. Maybe this is the reason that everybody is having weird drops to their scores.

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