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Pulling CR and FICO for the Big 3

I'm looking at pulling my free annual report from I already know my TU score via Walmart CC but would like to see my actual report contents. I have also been reading that EX doesn't allow consumer access to their FICO score. Am I better off just pulling singly from each CRA's website? 

I don't have access to a printer atm either, so will I have future access to my info without having to pay right away? 

Please advise, thanks! Smiley Happy

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Re: Pulling CR and FICO for the Big 3

I have my scores and reports for tu and eq through myfico but i am planning on pulling my reports from annualcreditreport tonight i think.

I would get the ones from there since its free as long as you dont need the scores

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Re: Pulling CR and FICO for the Big 3

If you pull your EX report, you can notedown your EX report number and you'll be able to view it again for a long time (3-4 months... it can vary... once mine kept working for almost 6 months). They also have a feature to e-mail you your report number but safest to write it down yourself.

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Re: Pulling CR and FICO for the Big 3

Most printers have the option to save as pdf. It's how I save everything that has limitied access. Credit reports, tax stuff.

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Re: Pulling CR and FICO for the Big 3

You can save as PDF or just save the webpage as well.  I just saved the webpage and stuck it in one of my cloud storage services.

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