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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!


enharu wrote:

ksantangelo23 wrote:

enharu wrote:


ksantangelo23 wrote:

Where can I find my score? My statement was today, the 20th. I can't find it *shrug*


your score will be on the first page of your statement.

 

*confused* Definitely not on my statement Smiley Sad

 


It should be on the left side, right below the box that tells you about your balance, payment, payment required, etc.

 


 

Yeah, it is not there. even did a document search of "score" and "fico" to make tripely-sure.

AMEX Surpass: $32,000 | AMEX SimplyCash: $12,000 | AMEX BCP: $6,000 | Capital One Quicksilver: $12,000 | US Bank Cash+: $10,500 | Chase Sapphire Preferred: $9,400 | Capital One QS1: $6,500 | (2nd) US Bank Cash+: $5,000 | Discover IT: $4,000 | Chase Freedom: $2,000 | Auto Loan: $6000/$18,000 | AU Accounts: AMEX BCE: $18,000 | PNC Points: $17,500 | PNC Everyday: $12,000 | Fidelity Investments: $10,000 | JCPenny Store Card: $7,500

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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!


ksantangelo23 wrote:

enharu wrote:

ksantangelo23 wrote:

enharu wrote:


ksantangelo23 wrote:

Where can I find my score? My statement was today, the 20th. I can't find it *shrug*


your score will be on the first page of your statement.

 

*confused* Definitely not on my statement Smiley Sad

 


It should be on the left side, right below the box that tells you about your balance, payment, payment required, etc.

 


 

Yeah, it is not there. even did a document search of "score" and "fico" to make tripely-sure.


Hmm

 

it should say something like: 

FICO

<Score>

Your FICO Credit Score on <date>.
More at Discover.com/FICO

 

try calling customer service I suppose. 

 

 

Just to make sure, is your TU frozen?

 

 

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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!


enharu wrote:


Hmm

it should say something like: 

FICO

<Score>

Your FICO Credit Score on <date>.
More at Discover.com/FICO

try calling customer service I suppose. 

Just to make sure, is your TU frozen?


I highly doubt it. I just opened my Discover IT card last month, and they provided me with my FICO score on the acceptance letter. I'll call them later tonight.

AMEX Surpass: $32,000 | AMEX SimplyCash: $12,000 | AMEX BCP: $6,000 | Capital One Quicksilver: $12,000 | US Bank Cash+: $10,500 | Chase Sapphire Preferred: $9,400 | Capital One QS1: $6,500 | (2nd) US Bank Cash+: $5,000 | Discover IT: $4,000 | Chase Freedom: $2,000 | Auto Loan: $6000/$18,000 | AU Accounts: AMEX BCE: $18,000 | PNC Points: $17,500 | PNC Everyday: $12,000 | Fidelity Investments: $10,000 | JCPenny Store Card: $7,500

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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

Discover Card put my TU FICO Score on my statement dated November 20, 2013 and the score came from November 14, 2013. Awesome!
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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

I just finished a chat session with customer service. They said that the More card will have the free FICO available sometime towards the beginning of 2014, while the It card has it available now. That was the incentive I finally needed to convert my More to an It; I saw no point in waiting so I went ahead and did it.


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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

Ok, I contacted Discover via Live Chat and explained I wasn't getting my score on my statement. After about a 5 minute hold (well, a 5 minute CSR AFK) she said that my score will be mailed separately each month. *shrug*

 

But I'm happy, either way.

AMEX Surpass: $32,000 | AMEX SimplyCash: $12,000 | AMEX BCP: $6,000 | Capital One Quicksilver: $12,000 | US Bank Cash+: $10,500 | Chase Sapphire Preferred: $9,400 | Capital One QS1: $6,500 | (2nd) US Bank Cash+: $5,000 | Discover IT: $4,000 | Chase Freedom: $2,000 | Auto Loan: $6000/$18,000 | AU Accounts: AMEX BCE: $18,000 | PNC Points: $17,500 | PNC Everyday: $12,000 | Fidelity Investments: $10,000 | JCPenny Store Card: $7,500

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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

Why? For Discover It Cardholders it was suppose to be on the monthly statement. Their ad campaigns even said that.
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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

I logged onto Discover.com today to get my rewards (had a huge online charge so I get $75 back) and found out I can get my FICO score. It showed up on my statement that ended 11/20. My last score was low 700's from myfico and my auto purchase in March. The score from Discover is 754.

I'm guessing that's an improvement? CK says 699.

FICO: EQ - 809 TU- 808 EX - 797
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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

WoW, now I'm thinking about get the card. Hopefully Chase can start doing this

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Re: Discover IT card with FICO Score on Statement?!

Which TU does Discover give? 08? 04? 

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