08-21-2007 05:19 PM
08-21-2007 09:17 PM
08-22-2007 12:07 AM
Thanks Meg! I had gone a different way. I now see that price. I only can purchase Equifax because I had to place a security freeze on all my CR's. I had to join TC and Credit Expert in order to view those reports and FAKO's.
meg wrote: EQ is 10.95, there are also discount codes you can use if you want t buy the other two. To get the 10.95 click my purchases, go to your latest scorewatch and click go next to it. It's on the bottom right hand side of the page that comes up.
08-22-2007 06:13 AM
08-22-2007 08:01 AM
I hope that after I make the following statement, this post isn't deleted but...
Think about it, folks. We're each paying $10 or more (upwards of $16) each time we push the "purchase now" button to buy that FICO score. Tens of thousands of people do it each day. We buy so often because we want to make sure our reports are accurate, our scores are rising, and so we can maximize our credit rating. And because credit bureaus are notorious for purposely slowing down the "dispute and correction" process, we sit on pins and needles everyday, in front of our keyboards, just waiting to pounce on that "purchase now" button.
Somebody somewhere is making an absolute "cha-ching" obscene jackpot off of this service.
That's freakin' brilliant for somebody, expensive as hell for the rest of us.
08-23-2007 09:50 PM
08-24-2007 07:16 AM
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