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WHY MY CREDIT SCORE WENT DOWN WHEN I LOOKED AT ONE OF YOUR ARTICLES AND NEVER GOT AN ANSWER.
WHY DID MY CREDIT SCORE GO DOWN WHEN I LOOKED AT ONE OF YOUR ARTICLES? TODAY I LOGGED IN AT 11:45 AM-ISH TODAY AND MY CREDIT SCORE WAS 600. I LOGGED BACK IN AFTER NOON TODAY AND MY SCORE WENT DOWN TO 587. WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON WITH THIS CREDIT SCORE STUFF? THE HARDER I TRY TO BETTER MY CREDIT RATING THE WORST IT'S GETTING. CAN I PLEASE GET AN ANSWER FROM SOMEBODY???!!!!!

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Firstly, there's no need to yell. Typing in all caps is completely unnecessary.

The information you need is in the "Credit Score Center," below the score there is a details section:

"Credit Report Activity

Recent changes to your TransUnion credit report"

This shows any changes to your credit report that may have affected your score.

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