09-24-2013 06:32 AM
Is everyone talking about.....
You get the 3 different scores EQ,TU and EX. You can see the 3 different CR's side by side.
But under the FICO Score Ingredients, EX says "Not Available"?
I get the same thing under my EX.
11-12-2013 10:34 PM - edited 11-12-2013 10:34 PM
I never even thought to check this section of the forums before buying the 3-in-1 (never had problems with individual reports before) - had I checked and read these posts, I never would have bought the 3-in-1. Experian info never showed up in my reports either. To say I was disappointed is putting it lightly, so chalk this up to myFico still not having this issue fixed as of November 2013. 54.85 spent for basically 3 scores and 2 reports. So much for 5.00 *off*!
11-17-2013 06:48 PM
I purchased all 3 reports, info was available for all 3 for approximately 1 day. The second day everything on one report was NOT Available. Couple days after that another one had no info available. The only one that has any info on it is Transunion now. It states I can view all 3 reports until Feb 2014.....I know the report and score would not change, its a snapshot of the time they were pulled, but I expected to be able to go back and look at them to retrieve info on the reports as needed etc but I can't.
11-19-2013 11:42 PM
jojomomma, did you purchase them seperately, or did you purchase the 3-in-1?
That happened to me once, but it was a couple years ago - supposedly one was supposed to be able to view the report(s) for at least 30 days or so, but on one occasion, it was only for a day - logging in the next day resulted in prompts to buy my report. Huh.
Maybe send a note to them and alert them of the problem?
In the future, be sure to immediately print out your report as soon as it's available for view directly after purchase. You can also save them as a pdf file, or even save the page as html in a file folder on your pc. (printing however, is the easiest method). Another option to rule out, clear your pc's cache and log in again.
11-22-2013 05:53 PM
RnJ I purchased all 3 at the same time, it was special price from FICO, says I can view until Feb 2014 lol......only one, transunion has in info showing on it.......I quess I will buy each one individually but if memory serves me right even when purchased seperately I dont think the info was available for viewing for very long.....defintely not as long as it says it is.
02-27-2014 09:45 PM
This service still does not include Experian as of Feb 2014.
To be clear, it looks like the general part fails to pull anything from Experian. Specifically, the "FICO Score Ingredients", "Positive Factors", and "Negative Factors" sections are broken and do not work with Experian. These sections appear to be myFICO's attempt to summarize and add value based on what they receive from the 3 agencies.
You will see your "Credit At-a-glance", "Personal Info", "Revolving Accounts", "Installment Accounts" and "Mortgage Accounts" for all 3 agencies. "Other Accounts", "Inquiries" and "Public Records" were all blank for me, but it would seem those would work for all 3.
It would appear that myFICO does get data and present it from all 3 agencies, but because the summary sections fail only for Experian my guess is that this is an issue on myFICO's side. Likely in the code that tries to summarize, assuming that's how this service works. Suffice it to say that nobody actually responsible or accountable for this service is aware of the issue, much less trying to resolve it. Rest assured it will be broken when you purchase this product too.
05-09-2014 11:01 PM
Sadly, I think this product is not worth using anymore. I have used the 3/1 for many years, and found the information very accurate to what a real pull would look like. Scores were always close. So with this in mind, I recently spent $58.95 for mine, and another $58.95 for my wife's reports. I wanted to look at them because we were doing a mortgage credit pull in a couple of days. To say that the information and the score contained in the mortgage pull and the 3/1 were way off is the understatement of the century. Score variences ran up to 80 points different. The only one that was in the ball park was EQ.
Come to find out after asking some questions in the forums, myfico is now using different scoring models that the ones most lenders pull. Just like my experience, most say the only one worth anything is EQ, and I should have gone to DCU and Transunion for the EX and TU. That would have been great information to have before spending nearly $120 for useless info. If I just wanted to verify my report was right, I could go to Credit Karma and get the same for free. I always used this site in the past because the scores were accurate, but this has now changed.
In the end, I feel duped out of my hard earned money.