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LOUSY SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I paid off all my credit cards as of June 14th, 2016. And your scam does not care about that. Credit Score is a BULL****

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Come on Credit Scores help the banks to screwed you guys!

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Credit card use is a big part of your credit score, but it's not the only thing. If you were late on other payments, that will affect your score as well.

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June 14, 2016? Get Real!!

That is just ten days ago and you want a new score instantly?!?  Not gonna happen.  It takes time for creditors to record payments and get the information to the credit bureaus.  If you'd read the articles here, you'd know that.  Wait a few weeks before making your petulant charges. 

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Not saying it's not a scam. Resoundingly yes, the credit scores were created and catering towards the lenders. However, one would've thought that for someone who has been here for 3 1/2 years would have some "basic" knowledge of how the credit works, that's more alarming than anything else.

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