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Registered: ‎10-17-2008
Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinue offering FICO scores on myFICO

Even money this has to do with the lawsuit Fair Isaac has going against all three credit bureaus (Although EQ is no longer a defendent in the lawsuit, TU and EX still are.)

 

Although for those of you who think EX is the only culprit, Fair Isaac is not an innocent party.

 

While you and I are going to no longer be able to access OUR OWN PERSONAL Fico Score, you **bleep** well better believe that Fair Isaac made it a point to come to an agreement with EX to continue generating the scores and selling them to lenders and businesses.

 

As per usual, the businesses will still have access to our scores, but **bleep** the consumer.

 

In an environment such as today's financial climate, it would benefit everyone (individual and business alike) to provide MORE access to the consumer not LESS.

 

**** them both.


TU Score: 748
EQ Score: 746
Goal Score: 850


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