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why CK scores 75 points higher than what is actually reported by the agencies
Just had my bank do a loan request and Trans Union actually reported my score 75 points lower, WHY?

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Different scoring models were used. Do some reading on the different scoring models for credit. Whenever you get a credit score from somewhere make sure that you read what type of credit score it is.

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OMG Really?

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OMG Really?

You Signed up for CK back in 2010 and still Clueless about your Credit Score?

What have you done for the past 5 years?   Head in the Sand?  

You sould know why by now,  if you don't then you need to start Reading and learning.   

2nd issue,  if you brought up the information at the Bank about your Credit Scores and they did not answer the question,  RUN as fast as you can to Another Bank that can tell you.

This Question has been asked and Answered 100's if not 1000's  of times.   

DO SOME Research before asking something that you should already know.

Yeah this is a harsh reply,  but Dang FOLKS Get off your backside and start Researching.

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