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Method to backup old reports?

I just made a year anniversary at MyFICO and i realize that some of my old credit reports are about to become unavailable. Is there any way to backup these reports? I would like to keep them to chronicle my credit journey.


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Re: Method to backup old reports?

Nope...once the "view until" date hits, then they go away. Have you tried saving them as a PDF? That way you can view them whenever you want.

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Re: Method to backup old reports?

Problem with that is there is a lot of data to back up. I'm not sure if saving as PDF would capture all of it. (Ex all the account info)


Starting Score: EQ 551 TU 548 CK 607on 6/8/12, EX 542(AMEX pull 3/4/12)
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Re: Method to backup old reports?


Duncanrr wrote:
Problem with that is there is a lot of data to back up. I'm not sure if saving as PDF would capture all of it. (Ex all the account info)

I don't think it would be a lot. I never saved them as a PDF. I printed them up and after having thousands of sheets of printed paper I realized that I was wasting my time saving them all. If I had it to do over again I would have saved them as a PDF. I can't imagine each report (25 pages or so in my case) would be more than 250 kb of info saved as a PDF. I do proposals in my daytime gig complete with med. resolution pics for 15 or so pages and they are always 200-250kb. The graphics on the reports wouldn't take up too much space.

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