BoostMyScore Tests Piggybacking with FICO 08. Result: Credit Score Boost Remains
Denver – October 21st, 2009 – In an apparent attempt to frighten the general public away from boosting their credit score through an effective method known as credit “piggybacking”, the Fair Isaac Corporation (commonly known as FICO®) has released confusing and conflicting information to the public over the last two years, to include announcements of a new version of the credit score model dubbed FICO® 08. The new version, initially set to be released back in September of 2007, experienced repeated delays due to inherent conflicts with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and was only recently released in August of 2009.
“To a degree, the scare tactics have worked,” says BoostMyScore.NET, “as piggybacking firms around the country have fallen completely off the grid, apparently themselves believing the cryptic and misleading messages released by the credit scoring company.”
In response, the BoostMyScore.NET team has tested the new FICO® 08 model, and according to their research, “It appears the piggybacking method of boosting personal credit scores under the new FICO 08 model continues to help American Consumers to acquire higher credit limits and better loan terms.” BoostMyScore.NET continues, “People are in need of funds to help them purchase homes, cars, and to start new businesses, as well as to keep the ones they are currently running open. Achieving affordable loans helps them to accomplish this, but unfortunately not everyone can fit into the “box” of credit score worthiness. That’s where we come in.”
Now that it is obvious that the FICO® 08 credit scoring model continues to benefit consumers utilizing the piggybacking method, those in need of a credit score boost are urged to contact BoostMyScore.NET. The company, who holds a perfect record with the Better Business Bureau®, specializes in legally adding positive credit history to consumers’ personal credit reports through the piggybacking method the company Founder discovered seven years ago.
For more information, go to www.BoostMyScore.NET, or call 1-800-531-1472