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I didn't realize (as someone mentioned above) that this could be considered abuse. I had problems last month where I waited until the END of Jan for notification that my score was updated which never came. Come to find out, they'd been updated since the 3rd. I would think if they didn't want you to use either link, they'd disable it. Just my 2 cents.
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Re: Walmart FICO

But if a mod wants to delete this thread, please feel free to do so.
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This topic is currently being reviewed by the mods.  I see it now as a glitch in the system, however if it is being used as a backdoor method then there will likely be repurcussions from GE concerning this.  



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Re: Walmart FICO

I have had to do that 3 times already, very strange. Good news though, my score went up!


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When I click on the link it still shows my score from last month so I'm assuming it just hasn't updated yet. 

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westo12 wrote:

I had to re-enroll in the program to get this months FICO (+30 from last month thank you very much! lol) , anyone else have to do that? And I also lost the history in that graph that they provide as well.  Weird.


I had to re-enroll at least 3 times this month.


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Re: Walmart FICO

My score was updated on Feb 4, I havnt had to re-enroll. Card has been open since Nov'12.


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SpeedingWheels wrote:

I wonder if you could use that as a daily pull? 

I just refreshed by going through the acct services menu and I'm up 36 pts to 711... I was expecting a jump but thats more then I was even hoping for!


Daily pull?  Well now if enough people did this and abused the system, we could ALL lose the free service.


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You do have to re-enroll everytime, not just everyday you log in. At least I do.

But, if after you en-roll, see your score, then return to accout summary, then click on get fico "you will not have to enroll again since you did not log out", your history is there.

I thought I lost my history too when it just showed current score, but I just went back to main page and then right back to view score and all history is intact.

 

From 666 last month to 699 for this month so far!

 

 

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westo12 wrote:

I had to re-enroll in the program to get this months FICO (+30 from last month thank you very much! lol) , anyone else have to do that? And I also lost the history in that graph that they provide as well.  Weird.


Yea I had to do that too cost me $5 because my TU report is frozen :smileymad:

 




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