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Sneekn4u
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Looking for input on myfico

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Don't mean to hijack the thread but I signed on with myfico, paid the $19 to become a member and it won't let me update my report, eq was last month and trans was just 2 days ago. It jives me the option to save 30% to buy now...I already paid the $19 on both.


Starting Score 11/2012 EQ: 615
Current Score 3/19/2014 EQ: 687
Current Score 3/19/2014 TU: 694


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Sneekn4u
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Re: Can Someone PLEASE help me??

 

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Starting Score 11/2012 EQ: 615
Current Score 3/19/2014 EQ: 687
Current Score 3/19/2014 TU: 694


Take the FICO Fitness Challenge Discover IT $4500 Citi Simplicity Chase Freedom $3000 Cap 1 QS $1500 Cap 1 $300 Macy's $1500 Buckel $550 VS $500 Brylane Home $1000
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llecs
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Re: Looking for input on myfico

OP, welcome! I split your post to form a new one here. I had to edit the title, but changed nothing else. If you'd like to change the title, click "Options" and then "Edit Message".

 

The only product within myFICO.com that charges $19.95 is FICO® Standard. FICO Standard gives you the option to buy either your EQ FICO report and/or your TU FICO report. These reports are a one-time pull only and are viewable for 30 days from purchase. The $19.95 isn't a membership fee; nothing else comes with the reports like monitoring, etc. 

 

The 30% discount I think comes with a subscription to Score Watch®. I know you get 30% off future EQ FICO reports with SW, but I don't think you get a discount after purchasing FICO Standard, though it would be pretty cool if they did.

 

 


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