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splacencia
Posts: 105
Registered: ‎02-19-2010
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Daily Pulls

I know this has been asked before, but I was wondering if anyone had an updated list of places that allow you to do daily pulls on all 3 reports?

Starting Score: TU:611--EQ:590 (12-21-2009)
Current Score: TU:671--EQ:668 (04-15-2010)
Goal Score: TU:720--EQ:720
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jada0607
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Registered: ‎07-03-2008
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Re: Daily Pulls

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I use these to pull my reports daily from all three bureaus:

 

MPM - My Privacy Matters thru EIDT (Eliminate ID Theft):

http://www.eliminateidtheft.com/mall/signup15.aspx

 

CCT - Credit Check Total:

http://www.creditchecktotal.com/

 

USAA-CCMP - USAA Credit Check Monitoring Premium:

https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_utils/McStati...monitoring_main

 

 

 

If you have an Amex. Try CreditSecure:

https://www152.americanexpress.com/premium/...itoring/home.do

 

 

 


Starting Score: TU: 514 (2/8/2011) EQ: 561 (2/8/2011) EX FAKO: 576 (2/8/2011)
Current Score: TU: 529 (3/10/2011) EQ: 599 (3/10/2011) EX FAKO: 585 (3/10/2011)
Goal Score: 720+


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splacencia
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Re: Daily Pulls

Does MPM allow daily pulls? Credit Check Total is expensive and want to stay away from that.

Starting Score: TU:611--EQ:590 (12-21-2009)
Current Score: TU:671--EQ:668 (04-15-2010)
Goal Score: TU:720--EQ:720
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jada0607
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎07-03-2008
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Re: Daily Pulls

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Yes, MPM allows daily pulls. I get a new report from all three of those everyday.

 

As for CCT...... they are a means to an end for me. I am using them for a specific purpose. I will most definitely be canceling when their purpose is served. Right now I believe they are charging $22.95, which is ridiculous for credit monitoring. When I signed up a few months ago it was $19.95. After the first charge I called to cancel, explaining that $20 was too much to pay for credit monitoring and they brought it down to 9.95/mth for 6 months. Hopefully by then I won't need them anymore. Others have had different experiences, so YMMV.

 

If you are only looking for one daily puller and don't want to deal with the hassle of CCT then go with MPM (10.95) or USAA (12.25).

 

 


Starting Score: TU: 514 (2/8/2011) EQ: 561 (2/8/2011) EX FAKO: 576 (2/8/2011)
Current Score: TU: 529 (3/10/2011) EQ: 599 (3/10/2011) EX FAKO: 585 (3/10/2011)
Goal Score: 720+


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splacencia
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Re: Daily Pulls

If its just a personal reason feel free not to answer, but I must ask what the specific reason is? Is it something MPM doesnt offer?

Starting Score: TU:611--EQ:590 (12-21-2009)
Current Score: TU:671--EQ:668 (04-15-2010)
Goal Score: TU:720--EQ:720
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jada0607
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎07-03-2008
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Re: Daily Pulls

I sent you a PM.


Starting Score: TU: 514 (2/8/2011) EQ: 561 (2/8/2011) EX FAKO: 576 (2/8/2011)
Current Score: TU: 529 (3/10/2011) EQ: 599 (3/10/2011) EX FAKO: 585 (3/10/2011)
Goal Score: 720+


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MidnightOwl
Posts: 151
Registered: ‎08-22-2009
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Re: Daily Pulls

Do you have to wait 2 weeks to get your ID login if you sign up through EIDT ?

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MarineVietVet
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Registered: ‎07-14-2009
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Re: Daily Pulls

Here is an excellent CMS Guide.

 

 

From a BK years ago to:
9/09 EX pulled by lender 802
3/10 EQ- 800
4/10 TU -772

You can do the same thing with hard work

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