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You have been duped. Don't feel bad.. Most consumers do not know there is a difference. You can only get your TRUE scores from myfico.com. Consumers only have three true FICO scores. You could have an unlimited amount of "credit scores" depending on where you pay for your report, or which monitoring service you use. Just remember, FICO is the only one you care about.
JT78 wrote:Thanks both of you for your help. Your responses have led to another question. The product offered by my bank gave me my three "credit scores", one from each of the three major credit bureaus. Are you saying these are not FICO scores? Does everyone have three credit scores AND three FICO scores, which can be vastly different? I guess I need a remedial level explanation. Thanks again.
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