Starting Friday, Experian will no longer allow consumers to view their own FICO score that is based upon Experian data. Lenders will still be able to get access to this number. So basically a lender has access to information about you and may make a decision based upon that information; but you do not have access to that same information. There is a good article on this at SmartMoney.com.
Equifax and TransUnion will continue to allow consumers access to FICO scores based upon their data. You can still get your Experian based FICO score today if needed in our Credit Reports section.
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