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blkbishop86
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Registered: ‎09-25-2007

What happen to my Experian Score

I bought an Experian score and the score came back as a 634. A month later the score expired and I couldn't see it any more. I went to Experian.com and bought there score watch and to my surprise my score was a 584. My Chapter 13 has been discharged. Why was MyFico Score and there site score so different. That's about a 50 point difference. Thanks Robert
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Timothy
Posts: 9,252
Registered: ‎03-19-2007

Re: What happen to my Experian Score

You can not buy a FICO score directly from Experian- it's a FAKO score
 

 

blkbishop86 wrote:
I bought an Experian score and the score came back as a 634. A month later the score expired and I couldn't see it any more. I went to Experian.com and bought there score watch and to my surprise my score was a 584. My Chapter 13 has been discharged. Why was MyFico Score and there site score so different. That's about a 50 point difference. Thanks Robert


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haulingthescoreup
Posts: 28,115
Registered: ‎04-01-2007

Re: What happen to my Experian Score



blkbishop86 wrote:
I bought an Experian score and the score came back as a 634. A month later the score expired and I couldn't see it any more. I went to Experian.com and bought there score watch and to my surprise my score was a 584. My Chapter 13 has been discharged. Why was MyFico Score and there site score so different. That's about a 50 point difference. Thanks Robert


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