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where is my insurance credit score
Trying to get house insurance they went high saying my insurance credit score wasn't that good I have always paid my insurance don't know where you get this information at?

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It is your normal credit file that is used, but with a scoring model they deem has direct statiscal correlation with people who tend to have more claims.  There are many articles out on this subject that explain it in greater detail . Illinois.gov has some so maybe your state does too.

Remember ALL scores are made from models and differ, Vantage 3.0 FICO1, FICO20, FICO28 all will return slightly different scores, just as the model that your insurance company uses. Your score you see here is not what a mortgage company will see most likely, and that is different than what a store credit card would see, and different than what an auto lender will see.

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