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    xdanielle86x
    can i get this removed from credit report?
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    • 12th Apr 12, 9:55 PM
    can i get this removed from credit report? 12th Apr 12 at 9:55 PM
    hi all, my fiance and i have been tryin to improve our credit reports since a year ago which we have succeeded in doing. in jan of this year my fiances score was at 804 from 570, we were going in to see our mortgage advisor tomorrow to set up an agreement in principal so got his new score today and its dropped to 669. The only thing thats changed is he opened a current account at the end of jan with natwest to be able to get one of their 'customer mortgages' and when everything has been switched over his old barclays account is showing as 7 pound over his 10 pound overdraft limit so it says he is using 170% of credit available to him. Obviously something has not been switched over or has been missed which we didnt realise. Is there any way we can get this taken off his report? I feel its so unfair that we have woked hard to improve it for a year and a mix up for 7 pound has took 130 points off which will take another year to get back up and be able to apply for a mortgage :-(. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks
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