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my score dropped 30 pts dont understand nothing chsnged

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Mine too

My Transunion dropped 78 points for no apparent reason. My score per CK was 643 in Feb. now is back down in the 500's I was like WTF?? I have had NO activity at all dealing with my credit. I have been trying to build it up for the past 4 years. So, I just got off the phone with Transunion and guess what??? This site is FULL OF ****!!  I don't even have a credit score for Transunion as of right now. I believe what CK is trying to do with some of us is get us to get these silly *** credit cards and such that are advertised all over their site here. Well they can kiss my ***. Wow... just wow!!! Oh FYI my Equifax is still in the high 600's. LMFAO  

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Trying to rent a place out of town and my score on CK shows 70 points lower for the first time. Nothing has changed. I tried to get info from Equifax where the scores were shown as lower also, but have to wait for a mailed answer. The questions they asked to verify my identity indicated that someone has applied for a large loan in my name. How can I check this activit through CK?

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