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dodgerslv
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"Go Score" from Merrick Bank site

Just realized when i logged on to my Merrick Bank online account there is a new "Go Score" as part of their serviced for enrolling in paperless statement. It says its a FICO scoring model call "FICO 8 Bankcard Score" part of TU so am i assuming its based off TU08 similiar to Walmart FICO model?


Cards: (Citi- 82.7k) (Chase- 65k)) (US Bank- 18k) (Amex- 22.5k) (Barclays-40k) (BofA- 68k) (Cap1- 49.5K) (WF- 11k) (Penfed- 22.5k) (Discover- 8k) (Sync/GE- 15.7k) (NASA- 30k) (Diners- 15k)
Fico 08 scores (8/27/14) EX: 772 TU: 767 EQ: 778 (Utilization at 8% right now).





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Re: "Go Score" from Merrick Bank site

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I'll check it out, but nice find.

 

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Re: "Go Score" from Merrick Bank site


llecs wrote:

I'll check it out, but nice find.


iIt is required to have an online account with them, its like they are trying to have a similiar service like Walmart...:smileyhappy:

Cards: (Citi- 82.7k) (Chase- 65k)) (US Bank- 18k) (Amex- 22.5k) (Barclays-40k) (BofA- 68k) (Cap1- 49.5K) (WF- 11k) (Penfed- 22.5k) (Discover- 8k) (Sync/GE- 15.7k) (NASA- 30k) (Diners- 15k)
Fico 08 scores (8/27/14) EX: 772 TU: 767 EQ: 778 (Utilization at 8% right now).





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Yeppers. I saw it on DW's account just now. I never saw that before and wasn't there as of 2-3 weeks ago. Cool find OP. The product description can't be copied and I don't know how to do screenshots on this Macbook, but for sure it is the TU Bankcard 08 version. It also displays your last data from the past few months [of FICO scores] from the monthly softs they do in their ARs. It also has the top two negative scoring reasons.

 

Cool stuff!

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llecs wrote:

Yeppers. I saw it on DW's account just now. I never saw that before and wasn't there as of 2-3 weeks ago. Cool find OP. The product description can't be copied and I don't know how to do screenshots on this Macbook, but for sure it is the TU Bankcard 08 version. It also displays your last data from the past few months [of FICO scores] from the monthly softs they do in their ARs. It also has the top two negative scoring reasons.

 

Cool stuff!


Yeah...another bank providing free FICO score!! Me likes!...:smileyhappy:


Cards: (Citi- 82.7k) (Chase- 65k)) (US Bank- 18k) (Amex- 22.5k) (Barclays-40k) (BofA- 68k) (Cap1- 49.5K) (WF- 11k) (Penfed- 22.5k) (Discover- 8k) (Sync/GE- 15.7k) (NASA- 30k) (Diners- 15k)
Fico 08 scores (8/27/14) EX: 772 TU: 767 EQ: 778 (Utilization at 8% right now).





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Re: "Go Score" from Merrick Bank site

I received an app in the mail today.  I think it just may be worth a hard hit for the free TU score.  Im going for it.

MyFICO '08: AUG2014: EQ=707, TU=693, EX=711
MyFICO '08 JUN2014: EQ=700, TU-688
MyFICO JAN2014: EQ=704, TU=720, EX=708
MyFICO MAY13: EQ=701, TU=708, EX=705 (Lender Pull).
MyFICO JAN13: EQ=701; TU = 677) 2 years after filing BK7, 18 months after discharge in JUN11
MyFICO (SEP12: EQ=677; TU=670) 16 months after discharge BK7.
MyFICO (JUL12: EQ=671) 13 months after BK7.

Wallet: NFCU Rewards: $25K; Cap1 QuickSilver: $2250; Barclays Apple Rewards: $2000; Cap1 Rewards: $1500.
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llecs wrote:

 

for sure it is the TU Bankcard 08 version.


 

So its score range may be something like the industry 250-900, while the Walmart TU 08 and the PSECU EX may have the standard design range of 300-850?

 

Are you living within your means?
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Re: "Go Score" from Merrick Bank site

Yes, roughly, give or take.

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my-own-fico wrote:

llecs wrote:

 

for sure it is the TU Bankcard 08 version.


 

So its score range may be something like the industry 250-900, while the Walmart TU 08 and the PSECU EX may have the standard design range of 300-850?

 


it must be similiar because i compared my Nov. Walmart TU with Go Score TU from Merrick bank and they are not far apart...Nov. Walmart TU 694 , Nov. Go Score Merrick is 705...not much difference.


Cards: (Citi- 82.7k) (Chase- 65k)) (US Bank- 18k) (Amex- 22.5k) (Barclays-40k) (BofA- 68k) (Cap1- 49.5K) (WF- 11k) (Penfed- 22.5k) (Discover- 8k) (Sync/GE- 15.7k) (NASA- 30k) (Diners- 15k)
Fico 08 scores (8/27/14) EX: 772 TU: 767 EQ: 778 (Utilization at 8% right now).





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Re: "Go Score" from Merrick Bank site

hmmm...wonder if anyone is getting the same message but tried to look into my TU fico score from that site and it keeps telling me "must have account open or sign up for paperless statement" , anyone getting the same thing when they try to access it?


Cards: (Citi- 82.7k) (Chase- 65k)) (US Bank- 18k) (Amex- 22.5k) (Barclays-40k) (BofA- 68k) (Cap1- 49.5K) (WF- 11k) (Penfed- 22.5k) (Discover- 8k) (Sync/GE- 15.7k) (NASA- 30k) (Diners- 15k)
Fico 08 scores (8/27/14) EX: 772 TU: 767 EQ: 778 (Utilization at 8% right now).






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