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Never missed auto payment until the last one. I was not aware it wasnt taken out automatically.
Last payment is paid off in full. scored dropped 99 points from this ridiculous What do I do??

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If you got a late/missed payment on your reports from this account, learn to write a "Goodwill Letter" to the loan company asking for forgiveness and removal of the negative from your reports. If that doesn't work you could look for any incorrect info to dispute on it. Keep in mind that your score decrease also resulted from closing the loan. Typically scores will drop when a loan is paid off. Do some reading on all of this, the info is extremely valuable and will set you up for a better future if you spend the time needed now to educate yourself on all that you can when it comes to the game of credit.

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