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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by jfpruitt, Jun 27, 2001.
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None of it makes sense
Creditexpert.com is Experian. Equifax (myfico.com) is an entirely different bureau. You are likely seeing different scores b/c a) the info on each report is slightly different and b) Fair Isaac customizes FICO for each company it sells the software too therefore altering results with the same data. You are going to see variation continually day to day, bureau to bureau.
Well, I tried Eloans and got a 681 they use CreditXpert. Not sure how accurate that is either
I am not sure about eloans either. My creditexpert and eloan scores were within a few points each other (both experian). I feel your pain. We have the same problem. When you have mid 600s for score a variation of 20 or 40 points is the difference between prime and subprime cards. Although all these postings regarding inquiries has really got me thinking. I definitely recommend disputing online through creditexpert, they seem to be good bets for deletions.
Wow, didnt realize that the Credit Expert and Eloans were through Experian. Then there shouldnt be a 56 point difference between the two. Does anyone know how often Credit Expert updates your score???