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How can I check my reports daily

While I'm rebuilding I would like to be able to check all 3 of my CR's daily or atleast weekly.  I don't care about scores, just the CR's.  I've searched the forum and can't seem to get a good idea of what is currently available.  Any suggestions would be appreciated. 

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Re: How can I check my reports daily

There are a bunch of Credit Monitoring Services that are offered by a multitude of companies.  Many of the agencies offer some sort of credit monitoring in addition to franchising out to other providers.  I believe anyone is able to access USAA's CMS, doesn't require a membership, which is what I use.  I like there's, it's powered by EX, offers daily pulls and comes up with a FAKO for all 3 bureaus.  I'm sure there are lots of options, I think the USAA is pretty competitively priced.


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Re: How can I check my reports daily


ji9 wrote:

While I'm rebuilding I would like to be able to check all 3 of my CR's daily or atleast weekly.  I don't care about scores, just the CR's.  I've searched the forum and can't seem to get a good idea of what is currently available.  Any suggestions would be appreciated. 



Have you checked out the CMS Guide here onsite?

 

 

 

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MarineVietVet wrote:


Have you checked out the CMS Guide here onsite?

 


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Re: How can I check my reports daily


MarineVietVet wrote:

ji9 wrote:

While I'm rebuilding I would like to be able to check all 3 of my CR's daily or atleast weekly.  I don't care about scores, just the CR's.  I've searched the forum and can't seem to get a good idea of what is currently available.  Any suggestions would be appreciated. 



Have you checked out the CMS Guide here onsite?

 

 

 

From a BK years ago to:
EX - 3/11 pulled by lender- 835, EQ - 2/11-816, TU - 2/11-782

"Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem".


I read through the above mentioned guide and decided on USAA. Been using it for a little over a week, and I'm very pleased with what it offers. Even though the scores are Fako's it is nice to see the change when things report or fall off etc...


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I did read that guide and other than USAA it didn't look like there was a product that allowed you to pull daily.  I did the USAA today and didn't really like it.  I don't like the format of how they show the info and it didn't seem to have as much detail as I want.  I think I may be better off just checking every couple months directly from each CRA.   Thank  you for replies.  :smileyhappy:

 

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Re: How can I check my reports daily

I peronsally use and like the product by TrueCredit ($14.95.month).  I get free daily pulls of my Transunion info (which also happens to be the report that lists every single account I have).  It's also the last CRA that updates.  So once it's on there, I know the other accounts are good.  I was also fortunate enough to get in with TC before they raised their prices.  I get one FREE 3 CRA report per month and then I can get additional 3 CRA reports anytime for $9.95. 

 

When looking for a monitoring service I'd try to find one that gives you the report that contains the majority of your accounts. 


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ji9 wrote:

I did read that guide and other than USAA it didn't look like there was a product that allowed you to pull daily. 



Aside from USAA, the only other product I know of is via 'eliminate ID theft', which resells TransUnions product. It is similar to TrueCredit, but you can pull all 3 reports every 24 hours. The price is more than the USAA product.

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ji9 wrote:

I did read that guide and other than USAA it didn't look like there was a product that allowed you to pull daily.  I did the USAA today and didn't really like it.  I don't like the format of how they show the info and it didn't seem to have as much detail as I want.  I think I may be better off just checking every couple months directly from each CRA.   Thank  you for replies.  :smileyhappy:

 


We've been using the USAA CMS for awhile now.  We like it because it DOES show every account with lots of detail. :smileyvery-happy: 

 

Different strokes for different folks!



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Re: How can I check my reports daily


ji9 wrote:

I did read that guide and other than USAA it didn't look like there was a product that allowed you to pull daily.  I did the USAA today and didn't really like it.  I don't like the format of how they show the info and it didn't seem to have as much detail as I want.  I think I may be better off just checking every couple months directly from each CRA.   Thank  you for replies.  :smileyhappy:

 


On the USAA if you expand each account you can see additional detail...

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