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Vantage and home insurance scores. Why has my vantage score and home insurance scored decreased?
I have not applied for any home insurance or had any negative information put on my report. Also why is my credit score not increasing? I have no derrogatory material in my report and I pay my debts on time.

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Don't sweat the small stuff.

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Neither of those scores is significant when it comes to getting credit.

My credit score has not increased since I got my balance transfer card a year ago.  May have to get another card for another 2 point increase (credit simulator calculation).  As long as it isn't going down and remains in the "Good" category, not a problem.  

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I saw on mine, also, I have gotten a quote for renters insurance, but why is that even in your credit history? and my car insurance is 'low' but it gets paid on time every month, I don't get it. why does it matter to be on a credit report card? weird.

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