Credit score drop? We've got the answers.
Pulling your credit report is the first step to identifying why your score dropped 20 points.
You can identify all recent negative items that may have affected your score, leading to the drop. Remember that the most common reason for a 20 point drop is due to balance changes.
There are 6 main reasons why your Credit Score dropped.
In all of these scenarios, the #1 way to find out which affected your score drop is by reviewing your report with a professional.
There are multiple reasons why your credit score may have dropped. The fastest (& easiest) way to determine what's affecting your score is with help from a credit repair expert (like Credit Glory). They identify and remove errors on your report (& boost your score).
While a 2 point drop in your credit score may seem small, it can be the difference from your credit going from good to fair. That's why it's essential to identify the cause. A reputable credit repair company, like Credit Glory, identifies and removes errors from your credit report (boosting your score).
There are a variety of reasons your credit score can unexpectedly drop. Late or missed payments, changes to your credit utilization, and closing old accounts can impact your credit score. Working with an experienced credit repair company (like Credit Glory) is the best way to identify the cause (& improve your score).
Balance changes are the most common reason your credit score dropped 20 points, but that's not always the case. Negative marks on your credit report or paying off loans can impact your credit too. The easiest way to find out is by working with a credit repair expert, like Credit Glory.
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