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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by TxMommy, Apr 4, 2001.
For those of you who have pulled it twice, how did you do it? Thanks for the help!
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I logged in as a member and got to the member's page.
I then clicked on the tab that returned me to the home page where I could
purchase several Equifax products. Note, I did not log out.
I clicked on score power and typed in credit card number (since I was
logged in, I didn't have to retype name, address, etc...).
I got a new order confirmation number, and then clicked "continue". That
took me to my new report (including report confirmation number) and
"click here to see your score".
Hope this helps,
Do exactly what Marci said and it will work. I got to the page to order as well, but didn't since nothing really change for me.
Good Luck and let us know
Ya'll are the greatest. Thanks so much. I'm gonna go pull it and then I'll let you know. (I'll either be happy or bummed!!!!)
I hope your results re-pulling are better than mine!
I don't understand it.. I just had a BK removed (from 1992), and 3 x 30 day lates on a mortgage from 1998 so I repulled my score (thanks for the instructions Marci).. and the score didn't change?!!!
I'm Confused !
Well, I'm not ecstatic, but not upset either. I went from a 619 to a 627. I paid a collection in full and it was reported, but I also have a new car loan and it just reported last week (I got it January). It is rated as "too new to rate". So, I am hoping that because of a new credit line my score went down, but went up considerably with the paid collection. Well, at least I am moving in the right direction!
There is still lots of work to be done on my report (keeping my fingers crossed for Junum!!!). I am still aiming for 700!!!
Re: New Score
You may just be right about the paid v. unpaid controversy. Here's another
example in your favor.
Congrats on the increase Txmommy.
Re: New Score
My score went down 4 points with only minimal changes in my balances
(all down from last month). However, on my infamous Cap One account
my balance now matches my high credit, so I'm at 100%, up from 78%
on March 19th. My true utilization on that account is 38% which is only
as high as it is, since I BT'd another card to it and closed that account.
I'm off to "buy" that refundable plane ticket TODAY!!!
Re: New Score
Glad to see it went up. Would you mind listing old codes and new codes, this has me very interested??