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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by dsl, Aug 29, 2003.
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The TrueCredit score is crap.
75% of lenders use a FICO score in one form or another.
I use it to gauge personal progress.
Hm............and for 10 minutes I thought my hard work in paying down and using credit more wisely was shot! The only reason I would use this report is once a year is to check for any negatives.
I noticed on a truck lease from Toyota a few years back had a derogratory in the comment line. Okay, I was never late and completed the lease agreement. I even refinanced with my credit bureau. No negatives except the comment line. MyFico shows never late, completed lease agreement. What gives?
I disputed it with TransUnion and I hope the comment can be updated or just removed.
The best source of what data is in your credit file and what may be worth disputing is in a report DIRECT from the CRA. The most useful score to look at is a FICO score since 75% of lenders use a FICO score to make lending decisions.
Unfortunately, a TrueCredit report offers neither one.