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Re: Yes, you too can join PSECU and find out your EX FICO score! --well, maybe


Revelate wrote:

As a housekeeping request, would it be possible to simply lock this thread?  It's well out of date and while it was applicable back in 2010, as Hauling edited on the first post, PSECU changed their policy in 6/2011 to where you're mostly stuck living in PA to get residence.

 

For those who don't read the fine print all the time (myself included) would it be possible to prevent the constant raising this thread from the dead?  The PSECU EX offering is part of the common forum lore at this point anyway.

 


Ah, I can do my own housekeeping now.

 

If PSECU changes their policies to let non-residents in, we can start a new thread.  Locking this one.

Starting Score: EQ 561, TU 567, EX 599* (12/30/11, EX lender pull 12/29/11)
Current Score: EQ 04 693, EQ 8 685, TU 705, EX 709 (02/27/15)
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