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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial


SwiftTone wrote:

I recently got denied for a Chase account. I thought they would send me my EX FICO score in the denail letter but they didn't. Is there a way I can get it after getting denied?i know EX FICO is not available for purchase anymore by consumers.

 

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Did you try for a recon?  Chase is recon-friendly and it's always worth a shot.  I think I got my "score" from them but it wasn't FICO (unless I'm mixing them up with Citi...).

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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial

My chase denial letter states:

 

Scoring system name: FICO® score

Source: Experian

Date calcuated: 03/14/2012

Your credit score: 728

 

Not sure if this is a true FICO or if it's internal, but it clearly says FICO scoring system. This was on a Freedom app.

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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial


SwiftTone wrote:

I recently got denied for a Chase account. I thought they would send me my EX FICO score in the denail letter but they didn't. Is there a way I can get it after getting denied?i know EX FICO is not available for purchase anymore by consumers.

 

thanks


Do you have any family members that live in PA? Do you live in PA?

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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial

Maybe they only give a score(fico or not) if you were denied based on your FICO score.

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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial


SwiftTone wrote:

Maybe they only give a score(fico or not) if you were denied based on your FICO score.


+1  I belive this is accurate.  If you are denied credit or receive less than optimal terms based on your credit score then they are supposed to provide you with your score.  If you are denied for other reasons, say flat out denial because of BK, they didn't consider your score so they don't have to provide it. 


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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial


kjm79 wrote:
+1  I belive this is accurate.  If you are denied credit or receive less than optimal terms based on your credit score then they are supposed to provide you with your score.  If you are denied for other reasons, say flat out denial because of BK, they didn't consider your score so they don't have to provide it. 

H.R. 769 has not been passed yet as far as I know.  If you were refused credit for say having too much CC debt, does it realy mater what your score was?  Also if they use an internal scoring mechanism, blacklist what good would it do to know it?

 

Even if a CCC denies your credit because of a minimum score and doesn't care what else is on your CR, a copy of your CR will lead you to repair it and you would still need to get your score later on in order to see if you meet the minimum yet.

 

It is always good to know as much info about your credit but as I have said many times before, focus on the content of your CR and the scores will take care of themselves.

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Re: How to get Experian FICO score after denial

they pulled TU for me both times and provided me with a score

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