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need to talk to someone on why credit score fell by approx. 40 points in March 2017
got notice in March 2017 of a bad report to my account. what is it. unable to see why it.

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Since the information here co[mes from the credit bureaus, you should get copies of your credit reports from annualcreditreport.com to check this out.  FYI. only you can see your credit information here since the goal of Credit Karma is to teach how credit works.  If you haven't yet read the articles here, I advise making the tiime to do so for your benefit,  Sure helped me.

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If a negative account got added, you should be able to see it. Maybe check your reports elsewhere, annualcreditreport or the credit bureaus or somewhere and see what is going on. Also you might want to purchase your FICO scores now and then to see what they are doing.

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