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basballguy
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Equifax.com FICO model

What model is the FICO option for equifax premiere subscriptions?  I've never opted to use it since i get the FICO here....if it's a different model then I think i might get it.

 

And before someone tries to reply with the differences between FAKO and FICO.....don't.  It's a very direct question and users of the service will know what i'm talking about.  :smileyhappy:


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foofighter74
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model

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The premiere subscription model is also Beacon 5.0...or the same score you can buy here. If you pull them on the same day, they should match. At least, that was the case in the past.

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basballguy
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model


foofighter74 wrote:

The premiere subscription model is also Beacon 5.0...or the same score you can buy here. If you pull them on the same day, they should match. At least, that was the case in the past.


Thanks foofighter.

 

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off to youtube to watch The Rock jump off a building to My Hero.


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llecs
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model

OP, it's a FAKO on the Equifax Complete Premier Plan. Their FAKO is the "Equifax Credit Score".

 

http://www.equifax.com/premier/

 

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basballguy
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model

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llecs wrote:

OP, it's a FAKO on the Equifax Complete Premier Plan. Their FAKO is the "Equifax Credit Score".

 

http://www.equifax.com/premier/

 


foofighter knew what i was talking about.  As a priemere subscriber, you have the option of purchasing a FICO score (separate from their FACO).  That's what i was asking about.  Or everyone can buy it, i dunno...but it's separate from their fako


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llecs
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model


basballguy wrote:

llecs wrote:

OP, it's a FAKO on the Equifax Complete Premier Plan. Their FAKO is the "Equifax Credit Score".

 

http://www.equifax.com/premier/

 


foofighter knew what i was talking about.  As a priemere subscriber, you have the option of purchasing a FICO score (separate from their FACO).  That's what i was asking about.  Or everyone can buy it, i dunno...but it's separate from their fako


Is this an add-on purchase you can make for the FICO? I had the service before, but a lot had changed with these CMSs.

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basballguy
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model


llecs wrote:

basballguy wrote:

llecs wrote:

OP, it's a FAKO on the Equifax Complete Premier Plan. Their FAKO is the "Equifax Credit Score".

 

http://www.equifax.com/premier/

 


foofighter knew what i was talking about.  As a priemere subscriber, you have the option of purchasing a FICO score (separate from their FACO).  That's what i was asking about.  Or everyone can buy it, i dunno...but it's separate from their fako


Is this an add-on purchase you can make for the FICO? I had the service before, but a lot had changed with these CMSs.


Looks like it can be bought stand alone.  http://www.equifax.com/credit-score/

 

I don't see the advantage of buying it there though since it's less here.


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HYPASS33
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model

I got it today and its 14.95 with 4 fico pulls a year. Score matches Myfico exactly but I like Myfico better.
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llecs
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Re: Equifax.com FICO model


HYPASS33 wrote:
I got it today and its 14.95 with 4 fico pulls a year. Score matches Myfico exactly but I like Myfico better.

I had that service too. It'll alert for all 3 and the advantage is that you can get a full EQ report whenever you want and pull the new FICO whenever you want.


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