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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

or rather wells fargo actually....wachovias gonna be no more...:smileysad:
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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

Thanks for your efforts to get consumers to pay more attention to their scores. As they know more they become more credit worthy through better credit management.

 

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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

i hope this does occur.  i have bank of america  and state employee credit union of maryland and i am desperately  trying to keep up with my fico's
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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

Hi,

I have read the replys to the FICO onlime banking question. Can anyone give us a listing of banks who offer that service now?  I would be interested in moving my banking needs to them...

 

Tnx,

 

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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

Just a quick question and it may have already been asked and I missed it.  Would these free scores, requiring an inquiry from the CRA's be a soft pull or a hard?  Or does this even apply to this new "offer"?
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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers


Brodave wrote:

Hi,

I have read the replys to the FICO onlime banking question. Can anyone give us a listing of banks who offer that service now?  I would be interested in moving my banking needs to them...

 

Tnx,

 

Brodave


Good question! I'll see about getting a list for you. Stay tuned...

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Thunderseven wrote:
Just a quick question and it may have already been asked and I missed it.  Would these free scores, requiring an inquiry from the CRA's be a soft pull or a hard?  Or does this even apply to this new "offer"?
The inquiries from the Scores on Statements program are soft (account review) inquiries.

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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

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Brodave wrote:

Hi,

I have read the replys to the FICO onlime banking question. Can anyone give us a listing of banks who offer that service now?  I would be interested in moving my banking needs to them...

 

Tnx,

 

Brodave


While we expect there to be more banks offering these scores soon, currently they're available to customers of Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) and HSBC for their Sears and Kmart cardholders. :smileyhappy:


Message Edited by Barry on 03-26-2009 05:53 PM

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Re: Free FICO scores for online banking customers

For those who actually have a credit situation worth attempting to manage, I believe this is a great idea.  It would help centralize the financial lives of consumers, putting their credit information where they already regularly go for financial data: their online banking center.

 

In an era when the average netizen has something over a dozen passwords, sites and logins, anything that reduces that down is a blessing.

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I have moved Nugirl2009's post to Rebuilding Your Credit. New title: Credit ruined after medical disaster --what now?

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