06-28-2007 08:06 PM
06-28-2007 08:11 PM - edited 06-28-2007 08:12 PM
06-28-2007 09:59 PM
The scores that I am looking at are both Equifax.
And yes, the information from EQ on both reports is exactly the same. In fact, the EQ FICO report looks even better than the one from MyFICO - but MyFICO is still 50 points higher.
And, yes, I agree the scores SHOULD be exactly the same. But they're not. I SHOULD be able to qualify for a credit card with a couple of my scores, but I can't. I SHOULD already be in a car, but I'm not.
Message Edited by Neblett on 06-28-2007 10:12 PM
06-28-2007 10:52 PM
No, its EX! But maybe the other two are doing the same.
dog wrote:can you post a link to this?
Equifax is claiming it's selling FICO Scores on its website....
06-29-2007 05:14 AM
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