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DI
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Credit offering free credit report card

Credit.com offering free report card that pulls data from TU.  It has interesting info.  I was able to get five different scores and grades.
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Sayre
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

these are awesome scores

 

A 750-850 901-990 740-830 845-925 800-900

 


Starting Score: EQ 697 TU 709
Current Score: EQ 734 TU 720
Goal Score: 750


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DI
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card


Sayre wrote:

these are awesome scores

 

A 750-850 901-990 740-830 845-925 800-900

 


Yes! I've only been managing credit since 8/1999 when I recieved my first student loan.

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CodeMonkey
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

Hmm - I got the exact same thing with a 727 EQ and 733 TU. Woohoo!

 

Gotta love FAKO scores. :smileyhappy:

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DI
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card


CodeMonkey wrote:

Hmm - I got the exact same thing with a 727 EQ and 733 TU. Woohoo!

 

Gotta love FAKO scores. :smileyhappy:


FAKO scores are not all that bad.  It gives you a sense of where you stand in the world of credit at a free or cheaper cost.

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CodeMonkey
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

True. On the other hand, you run into consumer misinformation issues.

 

Had a buddy apply for his first mortgage not long ago, and he was all fired up because CreditKarma told him he had an excellent score - he didn't know about myFICO. Told him to check his scores here and it turns out he was in a lower (well, higher interest rate) bracket than CK led him to believe.

 

The average consumer probably isn't aware there are lots of different credit scores out there.

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Imhotrodcrazy
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

I just checked mine out too. 

 

A+  payment history

A+  debt usage

A+  credit age 

C-  acct mix - I am not one for having a lot of accts.

A-  inquiries 

 

Scores  ( 750-850) ( 901-990 )  ( 740-830 ) ( 845-925 ) ( 800-900 )

FICOS
TU 805 12/12/14
EX 806 10/26/14
EQ 829 12/13/14
NASA 30K / / Amex 20k / / Chase Freedom 10.6k / / / / / SD'd US Bank Cash+ 20k, LOC 15k
Goal - At my age, just staying alive
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concorduser
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

I checked mine. They gave me B+. I got F in the credit mix since I dont have mortgage loan. I paid off the house years ago, not sure what they are complaining about not having a mortgage.
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Imhotrodcrazy
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card


concorduser wrote:
I got F in the credit mix since I dont have mortgage loan. I paid off the house years ago, not sure what they are complaining about not having a mortgage.

I would love to have an "F" on my credit mix knowing my home was paid for.   Congrats to you on having your home free and clear. 

FICOS
TU 805 12/12/14
EX 806 10/26/14
EQ 829 12/13/14
NASA 30K / / Amex 20k / / Chase Freedom 10.6k / / / / / SD'd US Bank Cash+ 20k, LOC 15k
Goal - At my age, just staying alive
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pattycake
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Re: Credit offering free credit report card

I checked as well. It gave me an A all across the board.

Funny - TU is my lowest of the scores...

pattycake's FICOs: 6/2/10 - TU: 708; EX: ???; EQ: 749

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