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RECEIVED NOTICE SOMETHING CHANGED BUT DONT KNOW WHY
UTILIZED 43% ON CREDIT CARD AND NOW DROPPED TO 39% BUT SCORE DROPPED BY 30 POINTS

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Don't put too much worry in Vantage scores if there were no important changes. Check your FICO scores now and then to see how they are. And, let me tell you that typing in all caps is not advisable to do on the internet, you come off as a "shouting crazy person". Some find it to not be polite to type in all caps. I am telling you this not to simply correct you, I am giving you advice, because you will get very little interaction on the internet when typing like that, it will benefit you to become "proper" on the internet. I am sure that you are very embarrassed now, but don't let this get you down, none of us were born with proper internet etiquette. So don't worry about this, don't beat yourself up. You will get over this mistake of "violent internet typing". Just try to calm down and click off that "caps lock". You can do it. You will get through this.

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