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Registered: ‎03-12-2013

Credit score differences

Hello new to the forum, was wondering if anyone has an idea which sites are more accurate i have a reporting as of 03/12/2013

FICO: 620 |



it seems like a big difference between the scores so im not sure which one to go by. thanks

03/12/2013 FICO: 620 | CREDIT KARMA: 531 | CREDIT SESAME: 561
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Posts: 174
Registered: ‎02-10-2013

Re: Credit score differences

CreditKarma is a FAKO using Transunion
CreditSesame is a FAKO using Experian

the scores you get on myFICO for Equifax and Transunion are both FICO scores... thus, better to go by those.

Starting Score: EQ 633 TU ? EX 623 (lender)
Current Score: EQ 702 TU 720 EX 682
Goal Score: 720

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