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Cancelling My Fico

Sorry to leave you guys, but I am cancelling myfico.   There are problems with this service and customer service just wants to argue with you about it and not fix it.  I would rather sign up with equifax and get monthly reports instead of having to wait and fight customer service.  I have to leave everyone here.



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August Equifax 558 TU 600 EX 570
Current Score: Equifax FICO 642 TU FICO662 EX 651 (credit.com) 06/21/2013
Goal Score: 720 All Across

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Re: Cancelling My Fico

You don't have to leave.  You can cancel the service and still remain on the forums.

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Re: Cancelling My Fico


guiness56 wrote:

You don't have to leave.  You can cancel the service and still remain on the forums.


 


+1   Ditto. I dont have the service  and Im on the forums. Dont leave us behind! Smiley Happy

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Re: Cancelling My Fico

Yeah, the service and the forums are completely independant.  I think leaving the ScoreWatch is more of a "graduation" for some people than anything.

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Re: Cancelling My Fico

There is no need to stop participating in the forum... I went over 6 months without purchasing anything from this site. I didn't need my scores and I get daily 3 bureau reports from another service...


Starting Score: 08/29/2011 TU 671 EQ 674
Current Score: TU 754 EQ 694 EX 697
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Re: Cancelling My Fico

hey,

 

Hang in there - I don't have MyFico service, but still participate in this forum.  It is a valuable resource - so stay around here. You will learn a lot as you continue the rebuilding process.

 

If you want daily unlimited credit monitoring, USAA is available.

 

If you want monthly access to your Equifax FICO score, get an M&T bank account, and for about $3.00 per month (or free with a higher balance) you can get a real FICO score every month.

 

cheers, Oyiwaa.


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myFICO - Jun-2013: EX=595 / EQ = 582 / TU = 649
myFICO - Nov-2013: EX=634 / EQ = 649 / TU = 666
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Re: Cancelling My Fico

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Awesome thanks guys!  I am going to look at another service.  If I can stay then I am going to stay here this forum is the best forum I have ever been to and all of your advice is invaluable!   Thanks for the adivce.

 

Edited:  Where is a good place to get monthly fico scores, anyone?  I can get approved now for the house but I have the option to wait a little bit and do more building.



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August Equifax 558 TU 600 EX 570
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Re: Cancelling My Fico

I use Experian. They gave me a rate of around $8 a month and I can pull my report and score as much as I want.

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Re: Cancelling My Fico

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LoveGoodCredit wrote:

Awesome thanks guys!  I am going to look at another service.  If I can stay then I am going to stay here this forum is the best forum I have ever been to and all of your advice is invaluable!   Thanks for the adivce.

 

Edited:  Where is a good place to get monthly fico scores, anyone?  I can get approved now for the house but I have the option to wait a little bit and do more building.


There is no place for you to purchase all 3 FICO scores.  Experian has not sold their FICO score to the consumer since Feb 2009.

You can get a TU FICO at transunioncs.com but it is a TU98 same as this site.

 

I believe you can still get the FICO at EQ but it is hard to find.  Or you can get it on this site.

 

Also, I have been on this site for 5 years and have never purchased anything.  No one has run me off yet.

 

 

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Re: Cancelling My Fico

I think my lender pulled a credexpert or something.  What scoring model is that?  it was two months ago when my Transunion was 604 and when they pulled it it was a 599 which was my previous.  NOW Credit Karma showed  HUGE point jump and their vantage score has always matched my TU score to the T at 671.  I am so curious what my fico is.



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