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Experian Boost -Using utility bills to help score

DaveInAZ
Senior Contributor

Re: Experian Boost -Using utility bills to help score


@notoriouswithag wrote:

I was debating on this, only problems are:

 

A) I don't use my bank accounts to pay utillity bills, i use my credit cards.

B) I don't want Experian having access to my bank accounts

C) Credit cards arent listed so therefore I can't use Experian Boost


A) Ditto

B) Double ditto

C) They already have your credit card payments as reported monthly by the credit card issuer

 

And I'll add: Equifax managed to allow hackers access to the personal information of half the country, and Experian want's me to trust them with my banking login and transaction info? I don't think so.

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SouthJamaica
Super Contributor

Re: Experian Boost -Using utility bills to help score

This Experian Boost sounds like a really, really bad idea. I would advise NO ONE to use it. Especially for the reason added by @DaveInAZ 

 

 


Total revolving limits 677500 (584500 reporting) FICO 8: EQ 758 TU 777 EX 749

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