Frankly, I think it is as inaccurate for EX as it is for the others. Just plug in the score and run it, it it says your score will increase divide the number by 5 and if it says it will decrease, double it
The slide from grace is really more like gliding And I've found the trick is not to stop the sliding But to find a graceful way of staying slid
You can't do that with Experian, and I think that's the gripe here. Why can't we do a similar simulation on Experian like we can with TU and EQ? Considering EX is my MOST accurate report of the three, I'd find GREAT value in this...I might actually be able to determine what's worth fighting to correct and what isn't on the other two.
And since the simulator won't allow me to calculate "What if I got these three accounts that are bogusly reporting 120+ days late removed"....I don't get ANY use out of the EQ simulator at all.
Sorry, no sim for EX.. TU and EQ only. You have to remember that Fair Isaac holds different agreements\partnerships with each CRA. Just because a feature or product is offered on one does not obligate the others to follow. There are many examples of this...