12-20-2012 06:12 PM
I saw they offer all 3 scores and their reports for a dollar , I was going to try it just for the 30 days but has anyone else tried it and liked it?
anyone know how accurate it is?
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12-21-2012 12:53 AM
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12-21-2012 07:46 AM - edited 12-21-2012 07:47 AM
yes you can update twice a month but you need too wait 15 days to do it...
like i pulled mine on the 14th and it wont let me do another one until th 29th unless i buy the unlimited pulls which is 25 a month...
as for scores it has had me at 715 across all reports since i started using them in early november..
scores on here have fluctuated from 690's to 680's
|Current: EQ FICO 690, TU FICO 692, Walmart TU 737 EX FICO 726 Amex Pull(1/1/13)|
Starting total revolving credit: $2600 | Current total revolving credit: $21,600
Inquiries (12 Months): EQ 6 TU 4 EX 5 | Most Recent: 8/30/2012
|Amex Zync(Unicorn) |
12-21-2012 04:45 PM
I registered for unlimited version for $24.99/mo one month ago because I'm doing rebuilding (GW, disputes, etc).
Pulled new reports and scores everyday and IMO they're doing a good job.
I also use CK, CS, Credit.com, Scorewatch, and the Quarterly myFICO TU.
My plan is to cancel the unlimited next month or two because I dont need it anymore.
12-21-2012 06:29 PM
My Plus scores vary greatly from my real Fico scores - For instance my Equifax Plus score is 70 points higher than my real FICO score, While my Experian Plus score is 60 points lower than my real FICO score. I would not count on the Plus scores for any actual financial/credit decisions!
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