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Registered: ‎04-20-2011
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How long for Experian to raise the FICO?

Here's the timeline:

 

4/18 - signed up for EX Fako score and a one time credit report. 1 old collection there.

4/19 - put a dispute in for the collection with EX online.

4/20 - email back from EX, item deleted (yeah, amazingly fast, I was pleasently surprised)

4/20 - access my EX account, but the Fako score didn't move since it is was pulled on 4/18 

 

How long does it take Experian to raise the FICO?

My 2 other FICO's are fine and I need to apply for a motgage. Should I wait a month? Is there a way to find out sooner?

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Registered: ‎01-17-2008
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Re: How long for Experian to raise the FICO?

There is no relation between a FAKO and a FICO.

 

Just because your EX FAKO has not risen does not mean your FICO hasn't.  You really won't know till you have your reports pulled.

 

 

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