I have just had a -60 points credit score drop, (possibly?) due to Mint steadily not reporting a non-zero Credit First balance

I have just had a huge credit score drop. My Credit First account had more than 30 days non-pay due to a zero figure and no error appearing in my Mint list of accounts. I usually track my debts every day. Got to admit, there is a possibility that the CFNA was reporting it, not sure about that. I have a screenshot proving the point.

This was my first such an issue in more than 15 years living in US and Canada. Now that is not fair.

I guess there is not much I can do, just wanted other users to be aware of the issue.

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