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Re: Wells Fargo Experian Score vs myfico score purchased here?


nvrgvupnvrsrndr wrote:
Wells Fargo has been offering me a credit card for several months now. I transferred an auto loan to them late last year due to being offered a lower interest rate so I have an established relationship. Filled out the app on-line and instant approval for $2k. Pretty disappointed with the initial CL but with all of my new accounts over the last 2 months I knew the inquiries would effect me. What I was most surprised with the Experian score they provided. 40 pts different than my score here? Does anyone know if they use a different scoring model? Obviously, there's something different. Anyone with similar experience?

What was your Wells Fargo Experian Score vs. MyFico Experian Score, can you post actual numbers?

     
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