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AgentofGaming
Posts: 30
Registered: ‎12-15-2013
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Re: NO FICO on Feb Discover Statement

Rep told me, if you have 0 balance when the statement closes it won't be on the statement.

Canada: TU 726/900 (11/2013), EQ 756/900 (12/2012) - USA: TU 722 - INQs: EQ: 2, TU: 1, EX: 5

CAN: 4/2009 2k | 9/2011 8.2k | 1/2013 7.5k | 12/2013 7.5k - US: 12/2013 10k | 12/2013 5k | 1/2014 450 | 3/2014 1.6k - last 2 secured
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maiden_girl
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Registered: ‎12-29-2011
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Re: NO FICO on Feb Discover Statement

Discover only gives you a FICO if you are using the card actively or reporting a monthly balance. I just started getting my FICO two months ago when I BT'd with it. When I had a zero balance, I did not receive a FICO.

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