09-03-2007 07:19 AM
09-03-2007 11:46 AM
09-03-2007 09:50 PM
09-03-2007 09:52 PM
I agree that EQ does not like new accounts especially with folks who have very high scores, over 750. I noticed EX punishes folks with new inqs.
TU has always been the lowest for me. EQ and EX have been my two highest; currently EX as my highest.
I find that the EQ score is more susceptible to change with inquiries/new accounts, whereas the EX is more resilient. Though I'm sure this differs from person to person.
09-04-2007 06:46 AM
EX just punishes me - and I only have one inq with them!fused111 wrote:I agree that EQ does not like new accounts especially with folks who have very high scores, over 750. I noticed EX punishes folks with new inqs.
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