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Re: How often do you

does an account here at myfico.com give you a FICO score daily?   Or just once?

 

is CreditKarma FICO or FAKO?

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Re: How often do you

Only MyFICO is going to give you a FICO score. All of the others are FAKO scores.

 

Scorewatch will update you on your EQ score when there is a change up or down, depending on your preferences. You are not able to get credit reports or check scores daily with MyFICO.


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