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Why my credit score went down on 28 points, i paid everything in time???
My last balans was 300 $ i paid it all and my score went down, why? What i did wrong?

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Did you pay it  when the biill came in or before?  Credit Karma was set up as an interactive online site about credit that provides informative articles and interactive tools so individuals can learn how to build and maintain good credit. Some seemingly little things people do hurt their credit score and it helps to learn exactly how to play the credit game, and it is a bit of a game.  Knowledge is power, so please take the time to read the articles and use the financial tools provided so you can understand this game.. 

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Thank you so much for response!!!

I paid that before bill came. Im realy new with that, ill take your advise and read more about that!!! Thank you so much again!

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