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puzzled about credit score dropping
my payments have been ahead of due date. why has my credit score dropped?

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Has the balance on any of your cards increased?

Has the max limit on any of your cards been decreased?

Have you recently applied for any new cards and/or loans?

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I did recently apply for a vehicle refinance loan. I have no credit cards in my name(that I know of). This response may seem odd, but my ex-wife some how received two credit cards in MY name without my knowledge while we were married. The divorce was final in 2011, so i hope she is not still attempting to destroy what little credit I have left. Thank you Credit Karma and tbailey3908 for imformation and avenues to pursue. THANK YOU!

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credit scores

seems like no one knows about scores dropping. Maybe its been hacked>

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My credit score was 628, dropped down to 485. No rymn or reason to cause that to happen. No inquires, did not apply for a loan of any sort. All my payments have been on time. I have no credit cards?

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