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grandpixel
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Score Watch 4.95 first month

If I sign up for Score Watch for 4.95 first month, am I allowed to see my score and then cancel, and only pay the 4.95, or is there a minimum number of months requirement. This isn't stated on any of the web pages I've seen, but why offer 14.95/mo and also 4.95 first month?

 

Essentially I would like to know, what is the cheapest way I can see my Fico score?

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oilcan12
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Re: Score Watch 4.95 first month


grandpixel wrote:

If I sign up for Score Watch for 4.95 first month, am I allowed to see my score and then cancel, and only pay the 4.95, or is there a minimum number of months requirement. This isn't stated on any of the web pages I've seen, but why offer 14.95/mo and also 4.95 first month?

 

Essentially I would like to know, what is the cheapest way I can see my Fico score?


You can get free monthly Transunion FICO scores with a Walmart, Discover or Barclays credit card. You can get free monthy Equifax FICO scores if you are a member of DCU.

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grandpixel
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Re: Score Watch 4.95 first month

It's good to know this, but I don't have any of these credit cards. Is there any further commitment beyond the 4.95 first month?
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MortgageMinded
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Re: Score Watch 4.95 first month

I tried to cancel my subscription and they offered it to me for $9.95.


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treefidy
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Re: Score Watch 4.95 first month

I would like to know this as well. I have read from other places that in the fine print somewhere that the minimum subscription is 3 months however I am not sure.

 

Meaning

 

 


first month: $4.95

second month: $14.95

third month: $14.95

 

then you can cancel.

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