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Registered: ‎02-22-2012
Re: Experian Scores...

No it doesn't say FICO anywhere on the sheet. Simply says that it was obtained from Experien and that my score is higher than 36% of the population. That score doesn't sound so hot, but when we bought the car the finance manager told me that with the economy the way it is and with Missouri having lower than average scores, mine was actually slightly better than average. He said that before the recession that wouldn't have been the case.

Current Score: FICO EQ655-TU652-EX673
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