Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinu
e offering FICO scores on myFICO
02-04-2009 04:40 PM
OK, OK, let's try to ease off, everyone. No one is happy about Experian doing this, I know.
And just to remind about a few points from the FAQ's thread:Q: Who made the decision to terminate this agreement between Fair Isaac (myFICO) and Experian?For those who might have skipped the FAQ's thread, here's the link:
A: Experian made this decision and notified Fair Isaac Corporation.
Q: Why did Experian make this decision?
A: Their reasons are not clear to us at this time and we do not believe it appropriate to speculate.
FAQ for myFICO customers about Experian-based FICO scores
You are right but its a fair reaction for people to be upset. I personally DID read all of them, including the whole FAQ but the fact remains that contracts cannot be terminated without mutual consent or it will be a breach. So if Experian is getting what they want, Fair Isaac conceded and gave it to them by letting them out of it. That's all I am saying and until they disclose the details which they have not, there is no way to know to what extent who else is to blame other than the obvious.
Starting Score: TU:695 - EQ:719 - EX:630
Current Score: TU:712 - EQ:755 - EX:712
Goal Score: TU:800 - EQ:800 - EX:800