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Noah_Bodie
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Re: Is Myfico the same as Truecredit?



Tuscani wrote:
It's not uncommon for FAKOs\FICOs to be 150+/- from one another.
Wouldn't you rather make the extra investment for your actual score?


Knowing my score, yes. But pay for new reports at $12.76 a piece? Umm, no. Can't say I find it worthwhile.
 
$7.16 a month for EQ FICO score monitoring is steep enough, but I'll put up with it for now since I'm seeing the contents of my reports anytime I want on TC.
 
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Tuscani
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Re: Is Myfico the same as Truecredit?



Noah_Bodie wrote:


Tuscani wrote:
It's not uncommon for FAKOs\FICOs to be 150+/- from one another.
Wouldn't you rather make the extra investment for your actual score?


Knowing my score, yes. But pay for new reports at $12.76 a piece? Umm, no. Can't say I find it worthwhile.
 
$7.16 a month for EQ FICO score monitoring is steep enough, but I'll put up with it for now since I'm seeing the contents of my reports anytime I want on TC.
 



I never said MyFICO was more cost effective if your goal is daily pulls. My post meant that you should spend extra to get your actual scores at any given time.

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