Bloomberg.com wrote: Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Borrowers have less than 10 days to see their FICO credit scores calculated by Experian Group Ltd., one of the three biggest personal credit-rating bureaus.
Experian notified Fair Isaac Corp., the Minneapolis-based credit-rating company, in January that it was terminating its contract Feb. 14 to provide information to myFICO.com, the Web site operated by Fair Isaac that allows consumers to look at their scores, according to Craig Watts, public relations director for Fair Isaac.
Lenders often use the FICO score devised by Fair Isaac to assess credit worthiness when providing credit cards, mortgages and auto loans. Consumers have ordered 23 million FICO scores from the three major credit bureaus via myFICO.com since 2001, according to Fair Isaac.
One FICO score and credit report costs $15.95. Consumers can order one free credit report annually from Experian, Equifax and TransUnion by going to http://www.annualcreditreport.com, however credit scores are not provided.
If this matters to you, order while you can people.