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What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

My month is up with myfico, and I have sent 3 dispute letters to all CA's.  It's been 1 month since the disputes, and I recieved EQ letter back.  After the other 2 arrive, I need to recheck my scores.  What is the least exspensive way for me to do it?  I also have a TC account.
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

If you're just interested in scores ones, your only real option is to order all three scores. You shouldn't have too much trouble finding a 20% off code.

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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

Just remember... your TC scores are not FICO.
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

Try "CPPSAVINGS" as the promo code - FICO is offering that for 20% off.
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?



masdeocho wrote:
Try "CPPSAVINGS" as the promo code - FICO is offering that for 20% off.



That code should work.. but I think it only offer 10% off.
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

I saw a 20 off offer posted on CB today.
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

Search CIC for 20% discount codes. Usually one or two there at any time.
 
TC has FAKOs not FICOs, but you can pull on TC every 24 hours and it don't cost anything extra. Just $11.21 a month.
 
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masdeocho wrote:
Try "CPPSAVINGS" as the promo code - FICO is offering that for 20% off.


Tuscani wrote:
That code should work.. but I think it only offer 10% off.

 

Up until just recently, it was 20% off because I had used it before.  I used it yesterday and it only gave me 10%.

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HouseHunter wrote:

 

masdeocho wrote:
Try "CPPSAVINGS" as the promo code - FICO is offering that for 20% off.


Tuscani wrote:
That code should work.. but I think it only offer 10% off.

 

Up until just recently, it was 20% off because I had used it before.  I used it yesterday and it only gave me 10%.



Yea.. it was 20% for the longest time!
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Re: What is least exspensive way to check my 3 FICO scores again?

Thanks.  What is CB/  Where do I go?
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