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it would be so much easier and less costly for the consumer if we had this. We need to push the credit bureaus and push for legislation that will allow us to keep an even closer tab on the very scores and reports that influence our financial circumstances!!
The credit bureaus need to come together to help the consumer!! this is our financial lives here!!!
it is so obvious what they are doing. paying 40-50 bucks a pop for a credit history snapshot is wrong.
they already screw us over with erroneous information on our credit reports and then lenders jack up the cost of loans.
I've had to correct things on my credit reports too many times to keep them current. It is costing the consumer alot of money. We need to be able to stay on them to correct wrong information any time we want.
Everybody's getting over on us!
09-26-2007 05:59 PM
09-26-2007 07:41 PM
A lot of us got them initially, and then they sort of petered out. (This is ScoreWatch.) I still get an occasional twitch, but not as many as there should be.
typist wrote:I'm sorry. I'm confused. I thought MyFICO updates your account via email whenever the score changes or something happens to your report?I've been getting emails when my score has gone up. And I got an email recently after I purchased something large on one of my cards.
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