11-10-2012 05:28 PM
is it worth it in terms of credit reports & scores, as well as regular ID Theft Protection such as lifelock? Also does anyone have it through Discover?
11-10-2012 05:48 PM
There ok they pull TU and give you a FAKO score for $9.99 a month. One thing I liked about them was I could log on everyday and check my TU report.
The ID theft was a waste it took them 2 months to let me know I had a new account reporting.
11-10-2012 06:16 PM
11-10-2012 06:24 PM
Nope. Now it's. all 3. . that's the only reason I like it I mean I know it's not the real fico score but I like the design of the website and how.... I can see all my information for mistakes or errors on my credit
maybe i will get them,i did call discover and ask them about it and a nice guy went over basically everything listed on their site and he even mentioned differences between id theft protection vs credit card fraud protection. nice thing is i can get it and cancel it at any time and start it up again at anytime with no penalties.
11-10-2012 07:01 PM
I may head on over to Discover and check this out. If they now offer 3 reports for $9.99 a month it might be worth it.
I know American Express offers it for 15.99 a month with FAKO scores but you can only check them twice a month.
11-10-2012 07:49 PM
Perhaps you may try what I am doing. I pay myFICO $4.95 a month for my true TU FICO score and monitoring and I also pay Citi $4.95/month for IdentityMonitor, which updates me quite frequently on items affecting all of my credit reports and scores. Both of these services work with the security freezes currently in place on all my files.
I passed on the service offered through my Discover card.
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