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While both EFX and myFICO Score Watch run off of the same systems at EFX, it's true that the info is transmitted from EFX to myFICO before it gets to the customer, so a delay is certainly possible -- though it should be the exception more than the rule.
I think that there is a bit of a delay in the updated credit reports traveling to the FICO site (not sure about this, though.) Have you compared the underlying reports for the non-matching scores to see if anything is different?If not, this is a good question for an admin, if one cruises through. Barry? Raine?
12-12-2007 01:34 PM - edited 12-12-2007 01:44 PM
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rbbyrbsn wrote:I bet that are they same thing just rebranded Myfico is nothing more than a reseller
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