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wealthcreator
Posts: 211
Registered: ‎07-02-2012

Difference in scores

Recently i have applied for boa card and denied. Today i hv received their letter stating my experience score was 707. I pulled my report from experian on the day i applied and my score was 737. Dont understand why there is difference.

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The_Gardener
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Registered: ‎08-14-2012

Re: Difference in scores

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You cant buy an expirian, it was a fako. The real one is the one BOA sent you. fako's are only estimates.

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doc101
Posts: 177
Registered: ‎11-27-2011

Re: Difference in scores

I applied for a BoA card as well the other day. I checked my report and saw where they pulled from my EQ report and not EX. Perhaps they pulled your EQ report as well.


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OptimasPrime
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Registered: ‎08-17-2012

Re: Difference in scores


The_Gardener wrote:

You cant buy an expirian, it was a fako. The real one is the one BOA sent you. fako's are only estimates.


+1.Experian ficos are not available for sale and can only be obtained through a lender pull. The score that you procured from the experian website is most likely the plus score, which is a fako.

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