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Stiga9
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Registered: ‎03-20-2013
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MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Is myfico part of the government shutdown? I havent gotten a ScoreWatch update in weeks and according to my reports there has been TONS of changes!
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llecs
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Thank goodness FICO isn't affiliated with the gov't. 

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James82
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Registered: ‎08-23-2013
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Score Watch has been a little delayed for me lately but nothing too bad. 1-2 days tops and when it does update it actually posts the date when the update was, usually a few days prior.

Starting Score: EQ 574 - 08.28.13
High Score: EQ 714 (10/18/13) EX 686 (1/6/14) TU 664 (1/6/14)
Current Score: EQ 686 - EX ____- TU ____

            
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Mike_C
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Will send your concern about the lack of updates to the development team.

 

But no, we are not part of the government shutdown. As well, the potential downgrade for the US from the Credit Rating Agencies may not impact consumer credit scores.

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Stiga9
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Thanks, mikeC
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4rmMiami2SC
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

Are these really my real Fico scores?? New here and been on a goose chase look8ng for my real scores. Must say the ones I got here are way way better then all the others.. thanks for ur time
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Mike_C
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Re: MyFICO part of government shutdown?

They are real FICO scores from FICO. However, different lenders value different aspects of the scores from the 3 bureaus. As such, you did get a real FICO score, but the score your Auto Lender sees may be different from the score your Mortgage Lender sees.


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