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New Credit Score Website

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Re: New Credit Score Website

Looks like it COULD be a good thing. But I won't sign up for anything without contact information....



Starting Score: TU:676;EQ:648 8/2011
Current Score: TU:738; EQ: 739 ;EX: 729 6/2012
Goal Score: 760


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Re: New Credit Score Website

Still says Beta Test.  Waiting to see if it is the real deal, but from reading through the information, it looks like real Fico scores.  The FAQ section is fairly spot on with the explanation of Fako scores and how they are basically useless.  I'm definitely interested if it's a TU04 and EX Fico. 


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Current Score: 773 EQ(DCU), 757 TU(Barclay), 788 EX(Credit.com)
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Message 32 of 156
Moderator Emeritus

Re: New Credit Score Website


guydiver wrote:

 I'm definitely interested if it's a TU04 and EX Fico. 



It is. It's TU04 and ver.2  for EX FICO (same as what was on here back when and same as PSECU). I had pulled prior to their site takedown and they never did charge my CC.

 

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Valued Contributor

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Re: New Credit Score Website


trumpet-205 wrote:

http://mycreditplan.org/Home.aspx

 

So is it legit?


That site still isn't live.  Click on the Pricing and Plans link at the top.

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Moderator Emeritus

Re: New Credit Score Website

I want my EX FICO score!Smiley Happy

Message 36 of 156
Established Member

Re: New Credit Score Website

Just went through the mortgage loan process, TRUE FICO scores are ex 686, eq 650, tu 652, FAKO's are 738, 592 and 706 respective.  FAKOs are useless.  I heard there is some credit union in Pennsylvania that you can get you experian score, but I think you have to join.  If you apply for a loan or credit I believe if you request your FICOs from them they have to give them to you.  This new site is going to be expensive, but if you are trying to rebuild it may be worth it.


Starting Score: Experian 593 Equifax 552 TransUnion 550
Current Score: 746 767
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Re: New Credit Score Website


llecs wrote:

guydiver wrote:

 I'm definitely interested if it's a TU04 and EX Fico. 



It is. It's TU04 and ver.2  for EX FICO (same as what was on here back when and same as PSECU). I had pulled prior to their site takedown and they never did charge my CC.

 



They didn't charge my CC yet either.  I tried logging back in, but it's not allowed at this point.  So far the sight isn't up and running yet.  They had a goal of January 1st, but no luck yet.  I really hope it works out for them (and for us).  It's a seriously cool site that will help a lot of people get a handle on their credit, and for us FICO and score fanatics, it provides several tools and measurements we can use to tweak every last point possible out of our scores. 

EQ Fico 8 - 846
TU Fico 8 - 848
EX Fico 8 - 836
Message 38 of 156
New Member

Re: New Credit Score Website


dharalex wrote:

Looks like it COULD be a good thing. But I won't sign up for anything without contact information....




 

Registrant:
Credit Score Plus

1497 N 125 E
Layton, Utah 84041
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: MYCREDITPLAN.ORG
Created on: 29-Aug-11
Expires on: 29-Aug-13
Last Updated on: 29-Aug-11

Administrative Contact:
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Credit Score Plus
1497 N 125 E
Layton, Utah 84041
United States
+1.8012437800

Technical Contact:
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Credit Score Plus
1497 N 125 E
Layton, Utah 84041
United States
+1.8012437800

Domain servers in listed order:
NS35.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
NS36.DOMAINCONTROL.COM

Message 39 of 156
Frequent Contributor

Re: New Credit Score Website

so whats teh verdict at this point?

 

im not trying it......yet.  has anyone else?


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