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Re: What's the formula?

 
I started out just wanting to check on my credit, and now I'm getting addicted to trying to climb another peg higher on the FICO ladder as a matter of pride... I must be nuts!
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Re: What's the formula?


masdeocho wrote:
It's even more secret than the Coke formula. If FICO tells you, they'd have to kill you. Smiley Happy




Perhaps we need to contact Dan Rather and R.E.M.

"What's the formula, Kenneth?" Smiley Very Happy
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Re: What's the formula?

FINALLY! Someone knows the original was the assault on Dan Rather and not simply an REM song.
 
The account from the wiki page is informative, but surreal.
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Re: What's the formula?

Huh, Dan Rather and REM?Smiley Indifferent
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FICO 9: EQ 833 ~ EX 828 ~ TU 824 (07-12-2017)
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Re: What's the formula?

I'm not proud.  I'm DESPERATE!!!
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Re: What's the formula?

What simulator do you use and any other tips, I feel like my scores don't move!
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Re: What's the formula?

rredstick, this thread is 7 years old.  You should start your own thread.

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