03-24-2014 10:16 PM
I am interested in applying for a card with FNBO in order to get the free monthly Experian FICO. I don't think their cards are available to Texans, but I know they have some cards (like Overstock.com and Chrysler Mastercards) that are still available nationwide. Are people who have these cards getting the free Experian FICO?
03-25-2014 02:01 PM
FNBO Direct will get you the score... You need to set up online deposit account in order to app for the Visa. FYI FNBO also pulls ICS/ARS so if you have tons of inquiries I would wait till they are lowered this is a conservative bank and there is no recon on a computer denial due to inquiries. Good luck
03-26-2014 07:50 PM
Credit card customers having "First National Bank of Omaha" branded credit cards were the first to receive their free FICO® Scores. The program is now being extended to customers of First Bankcard's co-branded credit card partners who have credit cards issued by First Bankcard.
Cardholders of the following First Bankcard co-branded credit card partners will now have access to their free FICO® Scores:
-- Union Bank, N.A., headquartered in San Francisco
-- New York Life Insurance Company
-- Scheels All Sports, a sporting goods retailer headquartered in Fargo, N.D.
-- Overstock.com, an online discount retailer headquartered in Salt Lake City
-- Sheetz Inc., a chain of convenience stores headquartered in Altoona, Pa.
-- MidFirst Bank, headquartered in Oklahoma City
-- Technology Credit Union, headquartered in San Jose, Calif.
-- Swagbucks, a Web rewards and loyalty destination headquartered in Redondo Beach, Calif.
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