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CK has my scores at 744 equifax and 768 transunion. Experien app as my score at 680
Mortgage guy pulled my scores and average was 720. Did not end up purchasing a home. Went to buy a new car and dealership pulled a score of 580! Why is that??? Nothing changed. This was within a month of each other.

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you are asking Why?

Did you not do your research?  ( Does not look like it at all )

START READING, This has been asked and answered 1000's of times. 

and you should have asked the "Mortgage guy" Why when you were working with them,  and if they could not answer the question then RUN as they are Clueless also.

Folks DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST!

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You forgot to include one very important factor when quoting credit scores, the score MODEL. What models were those scores based on, Mortgage companies usually doesn't use the score model from Credit Karma, and Auto loans lenders tend not to use the same models for mortgages, even if it's from exact same lender.

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If you had read the very informative articles on this site, you would have known the answer to your question.

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