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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by JoshuaHeckathorn, Feb 10, 2009.
Experian Ends Partnership with Fair Isaac
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Experian is suing Fair Isaac.
For what? I haven't heard about it.
Their going to quit giving it to consumers,but still give it to banks and lender's.What we will get is a number pulled out of a hat according to new's reports.So screwed again again and again.All consumers want is a fair deal which is not that hard to give.Bank's forget it's our money their using and abusing.
I know...that's what I blogged about in the article I linked to above.
What I was asking jlynn is why she said Experian has sued Fair Isaac? I haven't seen or heard any reports of that as of yet. If they have, I was wondering on what grounds? Of course, as I mentioned in the blog post, Fair Isaac sued all 3 credit bureaus over the VantageScore in 2006 and that fight still continues.
Q: What change is currently taking place between Experian and myFICO?
A: Fair Isaac Corporation has received notification from Experian of its decision to terminate the agreement which allows the distribution of FICOÂ® Scores and Experian reports from myFICO.
Q: When will myFICO stop offering Experian FICOÂ® scores and credit reports to consumers?
A: After February 13, 2009, Experian FICOÂ® scores and credit reports will no longer be available through myFICO.
Q: What myFICO products contain Experian FICOÂ® scores and credit reports?
A: There are three myFICO products that include Experian FICOÂ® scores and credit reports:
* Suze Ormanâ??s FICOÂ® Kit
* FICOÂ® Credit Complete
* FICOÂ® Standard
Q: I recently bought Experian reports and scores from myFICO. Will I continue to be able to view this information after Experian products are no longer available for purchase?
A: Yes. The products youâ??ve purchased will continue to be viewable through your myFICO account according to the original product specifications:
* Suze Orman's FICOÂ® Kit -- viewable until the Kit expires
* FICOÂ® Credit Complete/FICOÂ® Standard -- viewable for 30 days after purchase
Q: Who made the decision to terminate this agreement between Fair Isaac (myFICO) and Experian?
A: Experian made this decision and notified Fair Isaac Corporation.
Q: Why did Experian make this decision?
A: Their reasons are not clear to us at this time and we do not believe it appropriate to speculate.
Q: What web sites currently offer the Experian FICOÂ® score?
A: Currently, myFICO is the only web site that provides consumer access to Experian FICOÂ® scores.
Q: Doesnâ??t Experian offer the FICOÂ® score on its own web site?
A: No. While Experian offers its own scores (not developed by Fair Isaac) to consumers, it does not provide FICOÂ® credit scores.
Q: After they are no longer available from myFICO, where will I be able to obtain my Experian FICOÂ® score?
A: As a consequence of Experianâ??s decision, after February 13, 2009, there will be no authorized distributor of FICOÂ® scores based on Experian data to U.S. consumers. This means that consumers will no longer have access to those FICOÂ® scores.
Q: What can consumers do to get their Experian FICOÂ® scores after they are no longer available from myFICO?
A: At this time we know of no plans by Experian to make FICOÂ® scores available to consumers.
Q: I currently receive my Experian FICOÂ® score free each month from my bank on my online statement. Will I continue to receive these scores?
A: Yes. We are not aware of any move by Experian to discontinue their participation in this valuable program for consumers.
Q: Will lenders continue to use FICOÂ® scores?
A: Yes. Experian will continue to work with Fair Isaac to provide lenders with the FICOÂ® scores they use in their lending decisions.
Q: Arenâ??t I entitled to a free FICOÂ® score from each bureau every year?
A: Currently, the law (FACTA) provides free annual credit reports from all three credit bureaus to consumers -- but not credit scores.
Q: Are the other bureaus likely to terminate their agreements with myFICO at this time?
A: We have contracts with Equifax and TransUnion that ensure the continued availability of FICOÂ® scores to consumers.
I belong to 3 different credit watch bureaus.None of the scores are the same.Not even close i know there's different model's but when you have a 50 point difference that's not kosher there has to be a scoring model that should apply across the board.How can a lender make a loan with such a wide swing?
Puh - you think that's bad, my actual Equifax FICO is 617. My TrueCredit Fako for Equifax is 509.
I'm trying to find it again...