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fezwhy
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Registered: ‎07-28-2013
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scorewatch

I just signed up for a free trial of scorewatch. I looked through my whole report. My question is when I click on score watch again to view my report does that reflect negatively on my credit report or can I view it multiple times?
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Shogun
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Re: scorewatch

You can check your own CRs as much as you want without it affecting your scores.  :smileyhappy:


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fezwhy
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Re: scorewatch

Sounds good. Thank you

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