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Goal850
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Registered: ‎07-09-2012
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opting out and scorewatch

I just recently opted out, will Scorewatch still be able to give me updates about my report? Or do I need to opt back in for it to work? Thanks in advance for any replies.
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pizzadude
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Re: opting out and scorewatch


Goal850 wrote:
I just recently opted out, will Scorewatch still be able to give me updates about my report? Or do I need to opt back in for it to work? Thanks in advance for any replies.

Opting out won't affect your ability to pull a credit report and/or score from any CMS, and won't affect Scorewatch.     It is only for promotional offers of credit, insurance, etc...

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Goal850
Posts: 127
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Re: opting out and scorewatch

Oh ok thanks
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BigDaddy18
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Re: opting out and scorewatch

I actually think that even if you freeze your credit you can still have scorewatch as long as it's you pulling it via scorewatch.  Could someone chime in here if I'm wrong??


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