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Re: The mycreditplan.org is LIVE


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Simple, I need to improve my credit score and want to know what I can do improve it. It's not just about knowing my ex fico score, it's about getting those scores up so I can get financed for the home my wife has her eye on. Smiley Happy yes it would be great to get all 3 true fico scores on top of the plan of action , like they originally tried to do, but I'm excited to see what my score does when I put this plan into action. If you are already a credit expert and have a 770 + score , then sure I could see your point. But I am no expert nor do I have a prime score. So it's worth the small investment to give it a try.


I'm failing to see what that does that a few other sites don't already do.

 

Is it a personalized plan that they plot out for you?

How is it any different than a few score estimators out there?

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Re: New Credit Score Website

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Bump.  Any recent news on this? Website looks to be advertising all 3 FICOs

 

Edit: Well, I take that back...kinda.  They're very vague, and they still have the letter from the CEO linked on the main page

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Re: New Credit Score Website


Jutz wrote:

Bump.  Any recent news on this? Website looks to be advertising all 3 FICOs

 

Edit: Well, I take that back...kinda.  They're very vague, and they still have the letter from the CEO linked on the main page


Well some progress has been made, that's a substantially different product / pricing structure than they had previously.  I may wind up poking them again.

 

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Re: New Credit Score Website

Wow. I saw this and got way too excited about credit scores.

 

Then I went to the site. Smiley Sad 

 

From what I can see this is worse than vaporware. I think it borders on predatory. 

Prices as of today:

1 'credit analysis update' 89.95 + 87.45 = 177.40

2 'credit analysis updates' 89.95 + 142.45 = 232.40

4 'credit analysis updates' 89.95 + 174.45 = 264.40

6 'credit analysis updates' 89.95 + 219.45 = 309.40

 

I realize that starting and running a business is expensive, but this is excessive. 

You also have to factor in the cost of the report you upload to them (not true for the '1 analysis plan' if using the federally mandated annualcreditreport.com)

Before considering this service I advise people to weigh the costs v benefits. I'll pass on paying someone $177 just to 'analyze' my credit report.

I wouldn't fault anyone for using it if it's worthwhile for them; just make an informed decision.

 

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Re: New Credit Score Website

Thanks for the info brainysmurf.  Looks pricey...

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Re: New Credit Score Website

Has anyone used this site lately? Do they actually offer an EX fico score? The site isn't very clear on that.


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