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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by rick, May 10, 2000.
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You really cannot unless you apply for a loan and they (The Lender)reveal it to you. Fair Issac has a policy with the bureaus that the module is for credit granting reasons only and not to be given to consumers. I know many lenders (mortgage,Credit unions) that do tell their clients the score.
So how does a person now get their FICO score, since E-loan doesn't offer them anymore?
I think consumers should be allowed to get their score on the conusmer verison of the credit report. Hiding this information only adds more confusion to credit reports and how creditors view various aspects. The system is so back-arse-wards it is scary.