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Why are there two completely different scores ??? This doesn't make any sense.

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Hold on,  you have been a  "Member Since: November 2013"  and are this clueless about your Credit?   Really

What the heck have you been doing for the past 3 years on CK?   ( not reading anything thats for sure with the above Statement )

Do you Blindly Sign every document pushed infront of you?   Sounds like it. 

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Is this Harsh,  Dang Right it is, 

People need to wake up and start reading and Learning,  SIMPLE STUFF. 

This is not Rocket Science.

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Dose your two credit reports mirroring each other exactly? If having two different scores from two different Bureaus bothers you? Then brace yourself, we have 100s different scores out there and yes, the scores will be different from models to models even if they are from same Bureaus.

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If they are clueless about the Credit Scores do you really think they have more than one Credit Report?   with a question like that they have never every looked at their Credit Report. 

It's Sad they have been members of CK for 3 years and have not learned a **** thing. 

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Two credit reports here means report from TU and EQ. Many people only focusing on their credit scores, they get so bend out of the shape when it dropped couple points, let alone 50 points differences from other scoring models.

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If you would take the time to read the articles here you would know.  The short answer is, the credit scores here are based on information from two of the three credit bureaus and each one contains different information.

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