FAKOs must take your limits into account as in your average limit

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FAKOs must take your limits into account as in your average limit

Postby MemberSince99 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:48 pm

I've been checking the Amex Credit Secure, and of course those are FAKO scores they give.


I did notice that they all rose recently. The only change that should affect them is the Amex BSP fell off. I noticed that on each report, and each one reported it falling off on a different day, that on the day that card fell off, my FAKO rose.


All I can figure it means by it rising is that FAKOs like a high average limit. It's all I can think of that makes sense.


Of course I realize those FAKOs don't mean a thing but it is interesting to watch what certain things do.


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