Thanks for the heads up. The only score and report I’ve been checking lately is the one provided by Experian. I was aware from an article I read a few months ag, that Experian does not work with FICO scores anymore, but that they are still valuable and useable.
I didn’t know that they still provided FICO scores to lenders and this is a good thing to know ’cause I suppose lenders will be seeing a different score than the one I’m seeing. I agree with you, I should check my other scores to see where I really stand. I haven’t checked my TransUnion or Equifax scores since January.
I wish all this stuff was free so I could check them at least once a month! I guess I can wait a couple of months and check them again in January for free…
Thanks for the article. It was really helpful