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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Cyprigirl, Nov 3, 2001.
This is just my opinion!
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Are you guys ok today?
I find hard to believe no one has any thoughts or opinions regarding my theory.
I think the problem is that people don't understand what is a fico and what is not.... The only thing that is a fico that is available to consumers if from www.myfico.com based on info in your Equifax report. People who have seen their lenders FICO scores from Equifax say they're an exact match.
FICO scores from your Experian files and Trans Union files are not available directly to the consumer.
Any other score, you don't know how they model the information. It's a waste of time to worry about those anyway for a very simple reason.... THEY'RE NOT USED BY LENDORS/CREDITORS!
What I mean is that it depends what is in the credit file, for instance, you have no negatives but a lot of inquiries and/or high debt to credit rations your score should match with the lender scores, but I think if you have negatives that have been reported recently but the actually time you were late was lets 4 years ago it is not reflective in the actual fico lenders see, and if you don't wake up sleeping dogs then score should match.
I think the lenders score go back only 3 years meaning anything good or bad in your file in the last three years is going to affect your score. But if something is 6 years old it really won't affect your score that much if at all anymore.
When I talked to target, i got the rep to tell me that I have a 696 whereas my fico consumer score says 646 when I pulled it again last night.
the main reason for the lower score was recent delinquency and serious delinquency, and that's because I had one lender that I was late with 5 years ago reported recently and that killed my score.
I am sure if I place that account in dispute the scores would then match because the account would not count against me druing disputes.
FICO RHYMES WITH PSYCHO,ENOUGH SAID.
It's a random number generator, Cypri. We've proved it.