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Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinue offering FICO scores on myFICO

cobaltnv wrote:

I was, naively, under the impression that as part of  the fair credit reporting act people needed to be given access to their credit scores (fees allowed). I guess that is not true.

 

If I were a betting man I would guess that Experian will start selling scores on their website. I really hope this blows up in their face. Of course the only way for that to happen is for lenders to stop using Experian for their lending decisions. I wonder what we as the general population can do to help encourage lenders to use TransUnion and Equifax?


not a god d**n thing. you think if there was anything we could do we would this far up S* creak right now?


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