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Any place to monitor Experian FICO?

I monitor my Equifax via myFico ScoreWatch, and I get my Transunion FICO via both Discover and Barclays....

...So anywhere to monitor Experian?

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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


toothgrind3r wrote:

I monitor my Equifax via myFico ScoreWatch, and I get my Transunion FICO via both Discover and Barclays....

...So anywhere to monitor Experian?


i recall reading somewhere if you are eligible to join PSECU, they offered an experian fico. Don't know if they still do , but you have to be an state employee of Penn, i believe to join. 



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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


mongstradamus wrote:

toothgrind3r wrote:

I monitor my Equifax via myFico ScoreWatch, and I get my Transunion FICO via both Discover and Barclays....

...So anywhere to monitor Experian?


i recall reading somewhere if you are eligible to join PSECU, they offered an experian fico. Don't know if they still do , but you have to be an state employee of Penn, i believe to join. 


Actually just be a resident or work in the state of PA last I checked.  

 

Outside of that, I personally just use Credit Sesame to monitor the EX report data, and if I get a substantial change and I'm curious, pull the score from here.

Starting Score: EQ 561, TU 567, EX 599* (12/30/11, EX lender pull 12/29/11)
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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


Revelate wrote:
Actually just be a resident or work in the state of PA last I checked.  

 

Outside of that, I personally just use Credit Sesame to monitor the EX report data, and if I get a substantial change and I'm curious, pull the score from here.


Ah, yes, that's the idea I'm looking for, thank you.

Current Scores: EQ 744 | TU 765 | EX 655 (all from myFICO)
Heavy Use: Citi Double Cash $15,000 | CapitalOne Venture $10,000 | Amex BCE $1000
Light Use or SD’d: Barclay Ring $7,500 | CapitalOne Quicksilver $3000 | Andrews GlobeTrek $5000 | Discover IT $6,000 | Alliant Platinum Rewards $2,000
On The Chopping Block: Virgin America $8,200 | Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve $6,000 | CapitalOne VentureOne $5,500 | REI Visa $5,000 | Citi ThankYou Preferred $4,900 | Amex Starwood $4000 | Amex Hilton HHonors $3,000 | Barclay Rewards $1,900
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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.

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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


gdale6 wrote:

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.


Ah yes, forgot about them, thanks gdale!

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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


gdale6 wrote:

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.


Do you have to be a resident of Omaha? 


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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


New_Beginning wrote:

gdale6 wrote:

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.


Do you have to be a resident of Omaha? 


No. but they do have a service area that they enforce unless you have a pre approved offer from them, if you are not in their service area you can get in thru their FNBO Direct division which allows you to open a savings account and then app for the extra earnings visa card.,

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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


New_Beginning wrote:

gdale6 wrote:

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.


Do you have to be a resident of Omaha? 


I would say you don't have to be

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Re: Any place to monitor Experian FICO?


gdale6 wrote:

New_Beginning wrote:

gdale6 wrote:

Apply and qualify for a CC fro FNBO they will give you a monthly EX08 Bankcard Score.


Do you have to be a resident of Omaha? 


No. but they do have a service area that they enforce unless you have a pre approved offer from them, if you are not in their service area you can get in thru their FNBO Direct division which allows you to open a savings account and then app for the extra earnings visa card.,


Okay I see....because when I selected my state there was a message that appeared that said they were not accepting applicationsa at this time.


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