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Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinue offering FICO scores on myFICO
if lenders are going to use these scores to determine whether or not we are eligible to received their products then we ought to have access to our scores. often times it is not what your credit report says, but your score that determines whether or not you will be able to received a credit product. how will we know if we are being treated unfairly?

I've never written a letter to my congressman or state senators, but i think i will on this one.

once again we have big business shafting the american people. is this the american way we hold so dear?
FICOs: (as of 12-10-08): EX 759 | (as of 01-24-10): EQ 794 TU 756 EX ? | (as of 3-17-11): EQ 794 TU 790 EX ?

Until Chase lowers my ridiculously high APR they can kiss my patootie! Their card has been retired to the sockdrawer. Smiley Mad