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My TransUnion score dropped 100+ points, why!??
I have several student loans that I have on automatic payments every month. And recently Credit Karma showed that each loan had increased by$5-$16 in the last month. I also had a hard inquiry for a credit card I was approved for. Would that make my credit score drop 100+ points?? Side note: the Equifax score did not drop it actually went up 1 point.

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Same thing with my Transunion score

My Transunion score did the same thing. Has completely destroyed my faith in there company, as I have found it has in a lot of people. I am figuring they will fix it or go out of business if not and it won't matter. I asked them directly and never received a message back.

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