06-03-2007 09:27 PM
06-03-2007 09:40 PM
06-04-2007 08:46 AM
tiburones5 wrote:Thanks Tuscani. Now, I would your thoughts and anyone else who would like to join in on the following:We are in the process of refinancing a HELOC and got our scores from the bank. My TU score was 627 on May 18th. As I stated earlier, I have disputed a few things with TU and EX as of May 6th so I'm expecting a change any day now or even sooner. When I checked my PFICO on my WAMU account on line, it was 642, which is correct? Is my score which the bank pulled a true orange to orange FICO or does it have components specific to mortgage scoring that would make it different?Thanks.
06-04-2007 10:34 AM
06-04-2007 11:05 AM
tiburones5 wrote:So does that mean my WAMU Pfico score is worthless? I thought the scores on WAMU are true FICO scores. I'm so confused. Should I purchase my Transunion from MyFICO to see which is the truer score?
06-04-2007 08:13 PM
06-04-2007 08:16 PM
mhenson wrote:Congrats! Now let me ask you How did you dispute your information with equifax to get them to correct the information. I am having a hard time getting equifax to delete accounts that should of been taken care of already. I have disputed these same accounts with experian and transunion and they have both deleted the information from my file. Equifax on the other hand, updated the information as far as paid or included in bankruptcy but they havent deleted it. I have disputed twice online to them for the same accounts. Any words of wisdom on how to deal with Equifax.Thanks
06-05-2007 07:29 AM
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