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Legal_Girl
Posts: 73
Registered: ‎02-22-2013

Re: FICO and Experian reach Agreement to Offer Scores

Yes!!!! Finally, today was the day..... The Experian FICO was actually better than I thought it would be.  I was happy with my Plus Score but knew it was a FAKO, but thankfully, in my case my FICO was only 16 points under the Plus Score.  That was $19.95 well spent since I have been waiting absolutely "FOREVER', it seemed...

Current EQ FICO 685 as of 4-11-14 //EX Fico 669 as of 1-2-14//TU FICO 670 as of 4-15-14 Cap One $1k // Credit One $1,675 // First National $2k // Kohl's $1500 // Barclay Rew MC $4,000 // Sallie Mae MC $3,800 // NFCU Visa Signature Cash Rewards $10k
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kelli1970
Posts: 102
Registered: ‎05-06-2011

Re: FICO and Experian reach Agreement to Offer Scores

So HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!   :smileyvery-happy:


Starting Score: TU 595 EQ 610 EX 601
Current Score: TU 683 EQ 661 EX 677
Goal Score: 710


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jackg
Posts: 543
Registered: ‎04-26-2007

Re: FICO and Experian reach Agreement to Offer Scores

Yes, that's the way it works but, FICO signed the contract that established the pricing.

4/10/14
EX=727
EQ=717
YU=718

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