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2 equifax credit scores

Typically, how does a credit bureau handle it when a customer has 2 credit scores?  I found out that Equifax had 2 credit scores for me; 1 under my maiden name and 1 under my married name.  Can they just use one of the scores or do and average of the 2, please help!!!
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Registered: ‎03-05-2007
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looks like you have a "split file". i would cal...

looks like you have a "split file". i would call equifax directly.
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Registered: ‎09-09-2007
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Re: looks like you have a "split file". i would cal...

I have the same thing,allthough my name hasnt changed.I sent a letter to them today.
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