Not necessarily. Your credit score from each bureau can vary by 100 points or more. And that can be the difference between being approved or denied for the loan you want. You never know which score a lender is going to check.
It's likely, according to financial experts and analysts. Your credit reports can include errors and inaccuracies that can lower your credit scores. As a member of ScoreSense®, you'll have access to your credit reports from all three credit bureaus – TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax – so you can be sure that your credit information is correct.
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