07-26-2007 08:48 PM
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07-27-2007 01:03 PM
Jamesus81801 wrote:Are the account numbers the same on your two sets of cards? They might just be extra cards for additional users...Does your wife have any credit experience?The only place that you can get your true FICO scores are here, you can go to TC for unlimited access to your reports but there isn't a site that will give you access to your FICO scores daily without paying every time you want to update them. TC gives you scores, but they are called FAKOS since they are not actually computed with the Fair Issac model, the company that created the FICO scoring model and just so happens to run this site...Hope that helps a little, I'm fairly new here though so you might get some more in depth help when some of the other more experienced folk get on...
07-27-2007 01:09 PM
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07-27-2007 01:19 PM
My wife applied for the same cards I did with hsbc and has already received her discover and visa through them and her accounts are different, plus I did not request any extra cards for au's, but hey if they sent me the cards then I guess in the long run it will help my credit. Rob L
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