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kvstrever
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Registered: ‎12-21-2011
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Checking EQ score

I want to check my EQ score but I do not want to have to pay the $20 to see it, is there another alternative to checking the score?  I was able to get 5 negative falsely reported items removed from my EQ report 3 months ago, and I would like to know if I gained points on my score.

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Re: Checking EQ score


kvstrever wrote:

I want to check my EQ score but I do not want to have to pay the $20 to see it, is there another alternative to checking the score?  I was able to get 5 negative falsely reported items removed from my EQ report 3 months ago, and I would like to know if I gained points on my score.


Yes there is, but it requires some effort. You can join Unitus Community Credit Union or Digital Credit Union (DCU) and actually get a free Eq FICO (same as on here) if you happen to bank with them. My bank, M&T Bank, offers a monthly EQ FICO for a low cost as well. Aside from these, there are some CUs out there that will provide a free FICO score and report as a member if you ask them. Check with your local CU. And if you recently applied for credit and assuming they pulled an EQ FICO, you can ask for the score if denied and a FICO was used in determination of that denial.

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kvstrever
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Re: Checking EQ score

Thank you I will try my CU, never even gave that a thought!


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