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llecs
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Registered: ‎08-04-2007
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Re: 2 reports per year with SW. What if you restart subscription?

My bad then. I thought you had to wait for the second. I have the service, but opt for the 1x/yr and both appear right away (when renewed).

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2NE1
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Re: 2 reports per year with SW. What if you restart subscription?

"Upon renewal, then two more are added. If you used up the reports, additional ones are 30% off."

I've paid the annual service on January, the first power report was automatically given to me, I still have the second one available. My question is, if I decide not to use it before the end of the service and renew it for an additional year, will I get three reports next year?

Starting Score: 486 EQ, 529 TU, 518 EX 12/6/2011 (FICOS - lender pull)
Current Score: 595 EQ SW 1/10/13 628 TU08 1/10/2013 593 EX (BoA HP) 1/5/12
Goal Score: > 620
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llecs
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Re: 2 reports per year with SW. What if you restart subscription?

I've always used mine up the first month. :smileysad:....but from my understanding, it rolls over.

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UpmyscoreinFL
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Registered: ‎01-12-2012
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Re: 2 reports per year with SW. What if you restart subscription?

I cancelled the 4.95 a month service after four months and called to sign up for score watch. The wonderfule customer service rep gave it to me for 9.95 a month for six months. You might want to try calling customer service and see if they will give you a discount.
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Quips
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Registered: ‎03-05-2012
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Re: 2 reports per year with SW. What if you restart subscription?

I had the same thing happen . I called to cancel after my free trial and they gave me 6 months at 9.99

FICO: EQ 769, TU 762 , EX ???


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