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Types of Credit Scores

Equifax Credit Score: 280–850
Equifax Credit Score: 280–850

Credit scores may differ between the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) as not all creditors and lenders report to all three. Many creditors do report to all three, but you may have an account with a creditor that only reports to one, two or none at all.

source: equifax.com
Experian's PLUS Score: 330-830
Experian's PLUS Score: 330-830

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source: experian.com
FICO Score Range: 300-850
FICO Score Range: 300-850

Additionally, the score ranges are different from the traditional FICO model. Instead of ranging between 300 and 850, the industry-specific scores range between 250 and 900. On the auto credit range, for example, you’ll want at least a 750 to get the best interest rates.

TransUnion New Account Score 20: 300-850
TransUnion New Account Score 20: 300-850

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VantageScore 30 Range: 300–850
VantageScore 30 Range: 300–850

If it was generated using an earlier VantageScore model, it will range from 501 to 990. If it was generated using the VantageScore 3.0 model, it will range from 300 to 850 — a numerical scale that is more commonly used by other credit scoring models. Regardless of the model’s score range, higher scores indicate to lenders that you’re a less risky borrower, while lower scores indicate that you’re an increased risk.

VantageScore Scale (Versions 10 and 20): 501–990
VantageScore Scale (Versions 10 and 20): 501–990

If it was generated using an earlier VantageScore model, it will range from 501 to 990. If it was generated using the VantageScore 3.0 model, it will range from 300 to 850 — a numerical scale that is more commonly used by other credit scoring models.