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Bank That Gives You Montly Fico On Your Statement?

I thought I remembered reading a post someplace that there was a bank that gives you your FICO score monthly on your statements....anyone know what bank that was?
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Re: Bank That Gives You Montly Fico On Your Statement?

WaMu used to give you a PFICO updated every month from TU, but that has been discontinued with the conversion to Chase. I'm not sure about others, although I'm sure WaMu wasn't the only one with this good idea.

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Re: Bank That Gives You Montly Fico On Your Statement?

I think what you were remembering was a bank in Pennsylvania.  I really want to say that it was a Teachers Credit Union, although I could be mistaken.  I think they gave you a free Experian FICO.  Who knows now that Experian won't give out their scores.
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Re: Bank That Gives You Montly Fico On Your Statement?

PSECU

Someone just posted a couple days ago that they are still giving away EX FICO scores.

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