Re: Community feedback about Experian's decision to discontinu
e offering FICO scores on myFICO
02-04-2009 04:55 PM
edit to add: sorry, I broke the first rule of posting on a hot thread and didn't hit the "quote" button! This was in response to Guardian's post.
Don't know if it is a breach. Maybe it's a refusal to renew? Businesses part ways all the time, and not always by mutual agreement.
I'll have to go back and re-read.
And I agree that there's reason for people to be upset. This reminds me horribly of when the first big wave of American Express AA's got started. When enough members got upset, they started attacking one another, when it wasn't the fellow members who were the initial problem; it was American Express.Message Edited by haulingthescoreup on 02-04-2009 04:47 PM
Yeah that's why I quote just to cover myself I don't mind if it was about me, it just happened to come after my post and I responded keeping in mind just in case.
Businesses part ways true, but if they have binding contracts that hold EQ and TU as they claim, they can't possibly have a contract that is so flimsy as to let EX off the hook that easy, there is some hanky going on and some concessions were made and we will not know the extend of FI's involvement until they decide whether they want to bear some responsibility for this mess and disclose it or not. Good times
Off topic: Just for the record, if anyone and I mean anyone ever feels attacked by me, please know that I don't do that. Just because I might disagree, I will never disrespect another person's view by attacking. I have even been known to apologize to people if I ever feel ON MY OWN, that I came across that way, so there are those that can vouch for that, for the record. If you ever feel that way, KNOW it was not intended that way, just hit me up and give me a chance to own it and explain and you will ALWAYS be happy to know it was NEVER personal.