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Re: Poll: Experian Scores


heirophant wrote:

For my final EX pull, I got the mark of the beast (666).  Scary.


 

and on friday the 13th

 

i am scared of you  lol  :smileyvery-happy:

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Okay, I wanted to join the party and got my Experian score, which is 734. That's 21 points lower than my Equifax score, the only difference being that there are three recent card inquiries on Experian, but only one older inquiry regarding a checking account on Equifax. I guess I should mostly just be patient and wait.

 

Edit: I noticed that Amex only reported once in nearly 5 months.

Message Edited by Ulan on 02-13-2009 03:32 PM
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heirophant wrote:

For my final EX pull, I got the mark of the beast (666).  Scary.


 

Thats AWESOME!  What a score on today of all days. The only day that would have been better is halloween!
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heirophant wrote:

For my final EX pull, I got the mark of the beast (666).  Scary.


Ditto for me!   Cracked me up.

 

I thought for sure I had missed the deadline.   Whew.

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oracles wrote:

heirophant wrote:

For my final EX pull, I got the mark of the beast (666).  Scary.


 

and on friday the 13th

 

i am scared of you  lol  :smileyvery-happy:


 

LOL

 

heirophant,

your name isn't Jason or Damien, is it???  :smileysurprised:



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so i wasn't going to pull my ex score again since i had just pulled it jan 31st cuz of the january special coupon code but i decided if i found another code to use, what the heck. so i did.

 

didn't need to at all my score did NOT change at all-not really surprised tho

 

i thought ex would be my lowest score but as of now it's actually my highest

so i'm sitting pretty at 647

 

MAY 2009 FICO SCORES

EQ 639
TU 647
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Well I just got all three on January 26, I only got the final Experian to have an idea where I am at before I couldn't get it again. As you can see in my sig, all three were within 3 points of each other and all three had the same info in the reports. The only thing that will be changing on them is my overall util, which is from cards which all 3 reports had, so it's safe to assume they will continue to be close to each other until I get an account/apply for a loan that only reports to one and not another. In a month, my payoffs should report and I will get the other two and assume that experian is within a few points (and probably slightly higher).

 


CreditAble wrote:

 

I have a suggestion.

 

 Check your Experian data very carefully. If any balances or other reporting data is going to change soon, I would pull Equifax and TU FICOs before that data changes on EQ or TU. You will then have a final relative ranking order of your three different FICO scores.

 

 


 

 

11/26/10 -- EX 694 / EQ 674

03/29/09 -- EQ 701 / TU 713
03/03/09 -- EQ 696 / TU 699
02/12/09 --EX 705 - Final Experian Score
01/26/09 -- EQ 673 / TU 674 / EX 676
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I didn't want to wait till the last minute, so I got the "Kit" 2/11. Sure enough, going from 0 revolving balance to $5 sent my EX up from 736 to 749.

 

 

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