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.