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July's PSECU EX FICO Score

 

Since I missed the deadline for July's EX FICO, can I call PSECU to ask what my June's score is?  They should know since they made a hard inquiry on my EX report right?

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It's free to ask.


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I'm reluctant to ask.  I don't want them to think  that was my only reason for joining. 

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IMO, if they did a hard, its your right to know.

 

 


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Mustanglvr2006 wrote:

IMO, if they did a hard, its your right to know.

 

 



You're right!  I'll ring them up tomorrow.   Thanks for the replies you all.

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Yeah - it would be silly of them to say no since they typically request our scores from Experian around the 5th or 6th of each month. Since you technically became an official member before then, they should really be including you in the next pull that they execute for us all. Whatever.  I wouldn't be concerned what the CSR thinks about your reasons for joining because they have hundreds of members calling every day and you will be no more than a very brief blip in their radar. After you hang up, you will forever be gone from their mind.

 


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Yeah - it would be silly of them to say no since they typically request our scores from Experian around the 5th or 6th of each month. Since you technically became an official member before then, they should really be including you in the next pull that they execute for us all. Whatever.  I wouldn't be concerned what the CSR thinks about your reasons for joining because they have hundreds of members calling every day and you will be no more than a very brief blip in their radar. After you hang up, you will forever be gone from their mind.

 



Thanks!  That's exactly what I needed to hear.  I'm going  to send them an email first. 

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ficofox wrote:

Yeah - it would be silly of them to say no since they typically request our scores from Experian around the 5th or 6th of each month. Since you technically became an official member before then, they should really be including you in the next pull that they execute for us all. Whatever.  I wouldn't be concerned what the CSR thinks about your reasons for joining because they have hundreds of members calling every day and you will be no more than a very brief blip in their radar. After you hang up, you will forever be gone from their mind.

 


Very well said ficofox, I don't think that could have been worded any better.

 

Let us know what the outcome is DI, I hope your EX Fico is wayyyyyyyyyyy up there!!!!


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@Mustanglvr2006- I don't know that they have to disclose your credit score after a hard pull. FIA underwriter told me that was confidential and against an agreement they had with the CRA. Don't know if they were blowing hot or air or not, but that's the reason they gave.

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-Cain- wrote:
@Mustanglvr2006- I don't know that they have to disclose your credit score after a hard pull. FIA underwriter told me that was confidential and against an agreement they had with the CRA. Don't know if they were blowing hot or air or not, but that's the reason they gave.


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