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

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?


The only scores EX will sell are Vantage, Plus and Scorex FICO scores.

YET YET YET YET, since they havn't STOPPED selling them on myFICO yet either. Unless you work for Experian and have first hand knowledge, you can't be so emphatic on what they will do, they are not doing this for nothing, there has to be something in it for these blood suckers.

Message Edited by Guardian on 02-04-2009 02:56 PM

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