The current Wikipedia article “Credit score” states, “In the United States, FICO risk scores range from 300-850, with 723 being the median FICO score of Americans in 2010.”
That is an inaccurate statement, since credit score company FICO admits that the national media and mean average FICO credit scores are secret. So, the Wikipedians (rhymes with comedians) could not know the median score at all, let alone what its level was only in 2010.
Radical Mallard added the business about 723 exactly one year ago today, and included misinformation about the FICO score scale and range in the same sentence. Somebody changed the statement about the low end of the scale (from 350 to 300) on May 29, but even that is questionable (see Valentines Day).
And, that ain’t all of it (see Groundhog Day).