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my Fico question

When you purchase the myfico score from equifax does it always let you know when your score goes up or do you have to buy another report?


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Re: my Fico question

If you sign up for score watch ($14.95 per month, 3 months minimum) you will get automatic alerts for score/account changes. It comes with an additional report you can use as well, after that, as long as you are signed up, you can purchase the reports for $13.96 each, that's 30% off of the 19.95.
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Re: my Fico question


foreverb wrote:
If you sign up for score watch ($14.95 per month, 3 months minimum) you will get automatic alerts for score/account changes. It comes with an additional report you can use as well, after that, as long as you are signed up, you can purchase the reports for $13.96 each, that's 30% off of the 19.95.

Yep. Also, only certain events will trigger an alert from Score Watch (see Settings). It doesn't notify you every time your score goes up or down; it notifies you when certain things happen -- like your balances increasing, but not necessarily your balances decreasing. Each time it notifies you of a change on your CR, it gives you the score as of that date.

 

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