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03-09-2013 07:53 AM
I currently use my bank's (Fifth Third) credit monitoring service for a small monthly fee of $6 to get a monthly pull of all three CRAs and fako scores. I'm looking to cancel that one and find one that allows daily pulls. Since I've become a little obsessive about my credit, I'm not patient enough to wait and check it monthly. I'm not so much concerned about seeing the score - that I can wait and see once a month since I know I have a lot of work to do before it will boost anymore.
If you know of any that allows daily pulls from all 3 CRAs, please let me know!
03-09-2013 08:08 AM
Usaa does, its kinda pricey, $22 a month i think
Well, cheaper than buying my reports from TU / EQ weekly I suppose! I saw USAA does 3 pulls / monthly for $12.95. That may be worth it.
03-09-2013 08:50 AM
I just recently cancelled all 3 of my subscriptions to the big 3 and signed up at www.eliminateidtheft.com and for scorwatch. It takes a few days to get it set up but you can pull a 3-N-1 daily. Its like 12 bucks for one person or 17 for you and a spouse.
03-09-2013 08:59 AM
I second https://www.eliminateidtheft.com/ I was not a fan of scorewatch. I also like that I can add a spouse for $17. You also get your transrisk scores for all 3 companies.
03-09-2013 11:44 AM
I just got on the USAA website to check the product the offer because I am looking to daily pulls from all the 3 beraus, but all I see is Montly pulls for 12.95 or 17 a month .
Those any body have their service in his alllowed to pull daily thier credit report and where can I find the same product?
03-09-2013 11:48 AM
AMEX has an option to give you unlimited pulls. I believe its $10 dollars extra on top of the $12 dollar fee.
Believe Im paying $26(with tax) or so monthly for unlimited pulls on all 3 bureaus with what im guessing is FAKO scores attached.
03-09-2013 12:33 PM
03-09-2013 01:47 PM
I have seen a lot of discussion about USAA monitoring. I haven't seen any recent success in signing up for the 3-daily service. Can't say for sure, but it appears only those that had that service are able to continued getting the 3-daily (grandfathered?.)
Yes, I believe you are correct. AFAIK, they no longer offer daily pulls from all 3.
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