Completely off topic here, but I got an email tonight that my monthly membership from MF was cancelled, couldn't be processed and that a refund was going to my CC. Clearly it was processed (or by definition there wouldn't be anything to cancel) as evidenced by the fact that I started this thread with all of the provided scores. The membership is definitely deleted, though, as I cannot see any of the scores and there's no archived information for me to access. I'm glad I started this thread, as it's a written record of my scores on that date since I hadn't recorded them any other way. I guess I got the cheapest 28 score pull in history?
Huh!? They cancelled your MF subscription? Any idea why? That is very concerning...
No clue, but I'm going to go with my default go-to cause for any issues I ever have... my suffix. Uncle B knows about this well if he's reading... perhaps the suffix has struck again!
It was my suffix indirectly that prevented me from starting this thread many months sooner. Citi couldn't get my card to report due to the suffix on my name and actually had to drop the suffix off on their end in order to change that. Frustrating stuff that I've been dealing with my entire adult life and one of the biggest reasons as silly as it may sound as to why I didn't name my son after me, much to the displeasure of my father.
EW800, thanks for sharing all of your scores and data.
It seems clear to me that age of accounts factors here when looking at my scores verses yours and TT's (which are pretty close when looking at AoOA and AAoA) are probably the biggest difference. It would be cool to know the breakpoints though. Do we have any forum members with AoOA and AAoA factors somewhere in between ours? I'm thinking someone with a 10-12 year AAoA and a 20-25 year AoOA. I'm curious if someone with those age of accounts factors would land closer to my scores or yours/TTs.
For comparison purposes it would be useful to get 3B data sets from others such as Dinosaur and IV.