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Why has my credit score decrease from 777 to 758?
I would like to know why my credit score has dropped.

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We can't see what is on your reports and what credit activities took place to lower your score.  That's good because of privacy laws.  I do suggest you read the articles on this site (look to the left under "Resources" because teaching people about credit is the purpose of Credit Karma.  Credit is not a topic taught in the regular school curriculum but it is something everyone needs to know.  I learned a lot of this site and recommend it to everyone.

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I just ran and received my Experian credit report and it does not reflect any negative enties.  Again, I ask why my credit score dropped.

If you are unable to determine why my score dropped, how do you make the determination to "DROP" the score???

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