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Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinue offering FICO scores on myFICO


DemolishDebt wrote:
If we are no longer cutomers then how can they govern our credit. Is this a violation of our consumer rights. We shouldn't have to worry about them giving our information to a company. Something doesn't smell right about this!! So they can show or sell a lender our personal information, but we can't see it!!!!!! Someone please help me understand this logic!!!

 

We can still see the info on our Experian credit report at any time, we just can't pull our scores before lender app time. However, a lender will still provide us with a score after we app.
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