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Is there simulator option to see change in score if all collections were paid off ?
Love this SVC! I thought at one point there was an option under credit simulator where you can choose to calculate how your credit score would increase/change if you changed your collections balance to Zero (if you were to enter all closed collections balances to simulate paying off all of the old collections accounts) ?
*** I wanted to see how it would help before I did that. (Recently divorced trying to build good credit.
MAny help is appreciated.

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Don't be deceived by the simulator! Sometimes you pay off your debts based on the simulator's projections and yet your real score goes the opposite direction. Mine was supposed to go up by 67 points; instead it went down by four points after paying down my debts by more than 50%. Good luck!

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