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sara_star
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Registered: ‎06-20-2013

Does FICO provide new reports, and if so When?

I am fairly new to this site. It's been less than a month. I have seen new alerts in my credits (credit card paid and one credit card paid off). However, I haven't seen a score change, nor a new report. The first report ran that I am able to view still have the balance of one of my credit card not yet paid off. I'm just curious how this works. Please provide any useful information.

 

Thank you!

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starry1
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Registered: ‎11-29-2012

Re: Does FICO provide new reports, and if so When?

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Have you subscribed?

 

Scorewatch provides two free reports per year that you can pull at any time.  Otherwise you have to pay.

 

TU Quarterly Monitoring gives you a new report every 90 days.

 

Experian doesn't have a subscription service yet.


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sara_star
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Re: Does FICO provide new reports, and if so When?

I am subscribed to Scorewatch


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