11-26-2012 02:27 PM
So, I had a lender pull scores on 10/30/12 - and my scores were as follows:
I pulled MyFico the same day and it gave me the 534 score - which I was impressed with (since my previous credit monitoring service was WAY off on that score). I have been working feverishly to get scores up ASAP, and received a score update from my Fico today that I am now at a 614. My question is - should I feel confident that it's the same score a lender (mortgage) would also show for my EQ score if it was pulled today?
11-26-2012 02:51 PM
11-26-2012 05:48 PM
Yes! When the same thing happened to me I told the lender and she said "I don't think so..." I encouraged her to check and when she did she pulled the same score! Whoo hoo!
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