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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by FeliceRodo, Jul 16, 2001.
What gives here? Threads...help?
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You can always look at the credit report the score is based upon. Did you see any differences? I'm a little bit of a freak, but I've been saving a copy of my report from day to day if there have been any changes so I can compare.
Credit Expert says tonight my credit card debt went down (about $1500). I pulled my CE credit report but no new figures are reporting.
So how does Experian/CE know? Seriously, without trying to be overdramatic, is this Big Brother in action?
If I were you I'd look closer. Someone had to report something. I've never seen Credit Expert pull figures like that out of thin air.
Maybe try looking at your report again tomorrow. Go to the printer version and look closely at the last reporting date for things with a "7" in front of them.
Of course it could be a glitch.
Isn't creditexpert owned and operated by one of the big three?
Seems to me that I looked at that website and I think I saw where it is owned by Equifax or Experian, one or the other.
In that case, that's how they know.