07-23-2007 10:22 AM - edited 07-23-2007 10:23 AM
07-23-2007 11:19 AM
myhearts07 wrote:I am not sure. I want to monitor all 3 bureaus and get daily scores and reports with alerts.
07-23-2007 01:46 PM
myhearts07 wrote:Crapola.. What's the point in having them then?CS and TC are inexpensive ways to monitor your reports, not scores. For about $12 dollars a month, you can pull 30 or 31 times a month. If you pulled all three of your reports daily at myfico, just think how much that would be.I pull daily from CS and TC, if something major changes on any of my CRs, then I will come to this site my pull my report(s). For those in credit recovery/repair mode, these monitoring services will let know when the crud is removed (baddies, derogs), when new accounts, CLIs, inqs and etc. report, and it's also helpful in preventing identity theft.Personally, I'm waiting for two new accounts to report, CITI Dividends and a Chase joint account with my DW.
07-23-2007 01:47 PM
fused111 wrote:For about $12 dollars a month, you can pull 30 or 31 times a month.
07-23-2007 01:52 PM
07-23-2007 02:22 PM
I have heard of EQ files splitting but it's extremely rare!
For those of you who intend to pull daily credit reports be aware there is a danger of split files. After pulling for two months and watching all new accounts report I am most definitely stopping that practice. Search for split files over at CB if you think there is no danger pulling your reports daily. About the only safe pull is Experian.
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