Previously I was able to get my credit score monthly in Mint. Now it says "We tried to get your score but there's not enough information on your Equifax credit file"

Message says.

Hey there,We tried to get your score but there's not enough information on your Equifax credit file. Learn more.

When I click on learn more the recommend answer is the following 3 statements.  None of which apply to me.

- You haven’t yet established credit 
If you’ve never had a traditional credit account, such as a car loan or credit card, or of it’s been several years since you’ve had traditional credit, and your credit has been inactive for years, Equifax may not have enough information on file to provide a credit score.

- You’ve just recently started to establish your credit, or you’re working to re-establish credit 
It can take as long as four to six months for a newly-opened account to be reported by your creditor or tracked by Equifax. This may also be the case if you've recently started re-establish your credit.

- Equifax believes you are deceased  
If you have established credit, and you believe you should have a credit score, but Equifax is indicating that they don’t have enough information on file to provide your credit score, you may want to confirm that they do not believe you are deceased.




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