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First, expressing credit score in terms of a percentage really has no meaning. The credit score is simply a scale, and it is a secret scale: it may or may not be linear. That having been said, I agree that a drop from 815 to 675 is a lot. There are several things for you to look at. There are several different brands of credit scores. FICO is the first ...


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While it is likely that there may be some delay in the credit card company marking the payment and balances, the other significant delaying factor is CreditKarma (CK). While a real time poll of your score may show a value/state in time, CK doesn't update real time. Their updates lag by almost a month. Likely because they poll all the information that they ...


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From my experience credit card companies typically update your credit profile monthly. It would pretty much be impossible to call and "force" an employee to update your profile outside this schedule. Why does it matter? If the mortgage financing company wants to see a zero balance on this credit card, they you can provide proof via a screen shot ...


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