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How can 2 reporting agencies report my score within 1 pt of each other and the 3rd be 100 pts lower

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Not all accounts (both postive and negative) always report to all 3 bureaus. Odds are the 2 higher scores have positive account(s) reporting that isn't on third. It stinks, but it happens.

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Pretty simple really... Different scoring models. Find out what scoring models those scores are based on, are they all from exactly same model?... Unfortunately, most people only look at the numbers, read the disclaimers will clear out lot of confusions and headaches.

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If you haven't read the articles on this site, you may want to take the time to do so.  After all, the purpose of Credit Karma is to teach how credit works.m Sure helped me!

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