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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Calypso, Aug 26, 2003.
It may have more detail, but I think it is MUCH harder to read. I don't really like it.
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For a long time I have wondered why Eq and TU can not provide an easy to read, graphic format like Ex's Credit Expert. I know that it is a FAKO score, but I love the Exp site and the fact I can check daily for the same annual fee.
At least Eq is clearly showing now which accounts are reporting open and closed. That used to bug me.
Now if they could make it more graphic and user friendly.
I just pulled Experian, and noticed they have changed up a bit as well...keeping up with the Jones?
Its still user friendly.
I liked EQ's old report, because I could scan it quickly for changes, and only print out detailed information on the accounts that I wanted. There was enough info on the report. Now, there is nothing, and you have to look thru all the garbage to get to dissect the meat.