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TU was usually my highest score but now it's EQ. From your experience can you tell us which CRA's is usually second and third?
3rd325 wrote:Keep in mind that some lenders use FICO scores while others use just one credit br and most large lenders will use a custom score that is a combination of either FICO or one credit br and other factors they consider important. Your FICO may differ from the TU score but your lender may not consider either one when deciding whether or not to extend you credit. From my experience, reveiwing thousands of credit reports for 3 large banks, TU is usually the highest.
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