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Who's the best now ?

With the changes to the USAA credit report product, who would you consider the best value now ? The Experian product ? 

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Re: Who's the best now ?

probably still USAA since you can get unlimited pulls for a $11 price if you talk to them

 

But I prefer annualcreditreports / psecu / dcu / walmart combo =D I don't think I really need a daily puller anymore since my reports are clean but o wells I get bored =)


total credit limits $108,400 Credit scores Ex 728 EQ 738 TU 758
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Re: Who's the best now ?


distantarray wrote:

probably still USAA since you can get unlimited pulls for a $11 price if you talk to them

 

 

So if I call to cancel I'll get a better offer ? 

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n777ua wrote:

distantarray wrote:

probably still USAA since you can get unlimited pulls for a $11 price if you talk to them

 

 

So if I call to cancel I'll get a better offer ? 


yep


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Re: Who's the best now ?

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Not what you meant? haha

 

 

 

I think most of the time credit karma is all you need. The score doesn't really matter, it is the info behind the score that matters. I have never paid for a credit report.

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Re: Who's the best now ?

@Dustink, Credit Karma only shows your TU info. You can use Credit Sesame to see your EX info, it's also free and the info refreshes monthly.
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Re: Who's the best now ?

eliminateidtheft.com allows for daily pulls of all three.  If you pay upfront, you can get a price of $180/year for two people, so $15/month for both you and your spouse (I don't think it has to be a spouse, but can't remember).  I think that's one of the best values out there that allows for daily pulls of all three.


Starting Score: ~500 (12/01/2008)
Current Score: EQ 681 (04/05/13); TU 98 728 (01/06/12), TU 08? 760 (provided by Barclay 1/2/14), TU 04 728 (lender pull 01/12/12); EX 742 (lender pull 01/12/12)
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Re: Who's the best now ?

Just called to cancel and got the unlimited for $11 and change.  Very nice CSR told me to call and six months and I could probably "continue at this price"

 


distantarray wrote:

n777ua wrote:

distantarray wrote:

probably still USAA since you can get unlimited pulls for a $11 price if you talk to them

 

 

So if I call to cancel I'll get a better offer ? 


yep




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Re: Who's the best now ?

Don't forget Quizzle from the makers of turbo tax the ONLY website that actually gives you a credit report on Experian without a credit card number and 100% free. Although your only able to pull once every 6 months and DO NOT EVER TELL THEM YOUR LOOKING FOR A CAR OR A MORTGAGE lol you'll be spammed to hell but besides that it's great if you say your not in the market for anything lol


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Re: Who's the best now ?

I just use the "View Report Again" link at the bottom of Experian's website.

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