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Re: DCU scores are up

Merrick bank also has free fico if u go paperless, just found out about it now its time for me to cancel the fico im paying monthly for.

 

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Re: DCU scores are up


quarius wrote:

Merrick bank also has free fico if u go paperless, just found out about it now its time for me to cancel the fico im paying monthly for.

 


Interesting. Subprime lender?

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kevinjjc wrote:

TNTransplant wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

Thanks for the replies! So I need to have either the Checking Plus or Relationship Checking to qualify for the free FICO? I read some posts in other forums that some people just have a DCU savings account and still get the free FICO. Maybe the rules have changed.


I've also read that some are getting the free FICO with just the savings account.  I was worried that I wouldn't, so I actually applied for the Visa card (whim, not thinking I would get approved), as you can also get the free score with one of their credit cards.  Got a pending notice that changed to approved in about one hour, with a good limit/good APR.  So far I really like them, and the free monthly score is a great bonus.


I'm willing to open a checking and savings account, but I don't want a DCU credit card.


Well, can't help you there, as I only have the CC to reference.  Good luck with whatever you decide, and post back so that we all know the outcome (i.e. Free Fico with just a savings).


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jsickz32 wrote:
When I first joined I only had shares account and was receiving my free FICO score. Now I have DCU platinum

Do you also have a DCU checking account?

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TNTransplant wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

TNTransplant wrote:

kevinjjc wrote:

Thanks for the replies! So I need to have either the Checking Plus or Relationship Checking to qualify for the free FICO? I read some posts in other forums that some people just have a DCU savings account and still get the free FICO. Maybe the rules have changed.


I've also read that some are getting the free FICO with just the savings account.  I was worried that I wouldn't, so I actually applied for the Visa card (whim, not thinking I would get approved), as you can also get the free score with one of their credit cards.  Got a pending notice that changed to approved in about one hour, with a good limit/good APR.  So far I really like them, and the free monthly score is a great bonus.


I'm willing to open a checking and savings account, but I don't want a DCU credit card.


Well, can't help you there, as I only have the CC to reference.  Good luck with whatever you decide, and post back so that we all know the outcome (i.e. Free Fico with just a savings).


Thanks! I will make sure to post back...will probably just open a checking and savings account.

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@kevinjjc
No I opened with $50 sharing/savings and had that for 2 months. And during those 2 months I was gettin my fico score
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jsickz32 wrote:
@kevinjjc
No I opened with $50 sharing/savings and had that for 2 months. And during those 2 months I was gettin my fico score

Thanks for the info. I'm looking forward to the free Equifax FICO from DCU.

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