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Experian Credit Agency and Mail Ads

March 3rd, 2009 at 05:42 pm

The Fair-Issac website has informed us comsumers who use the site that Experian the credit reporting agency will no longer provide the true FICO score to comsumers anymore, instead only providing it to lenders and other companies. What they will provide you with is thier PLUS score, which is nothing liek a true FICO score. And one that lenders dont even use , as they pull your true FICO score.

This score is often as a FAKO score since it is practically useless when trying to gauge your true credit score.

I've been trying to save in order to repair my bad credit, I guess I will not be paying Experian for a credit score that not even the lender who pulls it won't even use it.

On a other note I tried to opt-out of the Mail Ad inserts i get 3 times a week and I found the website. But lo and behold the page never sends the e-mail! So after trying about 20 times, I tried using the customer e-mail (which worked the first time mind you) I sent a e-mail threating to file a complaint with the BBB. Hopefully saving a couple trees and the Mailpersons back at the same time.

2 Responses to “Experian Credit Agency and Mail Ads”

  1. frugaltexan75 Says:

    That is very annoying that Experian is doing that. Just another way to bite consumers in the tush.

  2. oceansluver78 Says:

    yep yep and the sad part is there's nothing we can do about it. Not even the people who comprise the actual FICO score!

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