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Questions about Scorewatch

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Will myFICO scorewatch notify or have alerts whenever new balances are posted to EQ report on a daily basis? Or is it updated during a set interval of time (i.e. 1 week, etc)?

 

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Re: Questions about Scorewatch

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Re: Questions about Scorewatch


enharu wrote:

Hey,


Will myFICO scorewatch notify or have alerts whenever new balances are posted to EQ report on a daily basis? Or is it updated during a set interval of time (i.e. 1 week, etc)?

 

Thanks


If you go into ScoreWatch "settings", in addition to the selection for the score for which you want notification, there's also an option for "balance changes", where you can choose a dollar amount, a percentage amount, or both.  I have mine set for both a $$$ amount as well as a %%% amount, and get notifications any time there's a change in either. 

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Re: Questions about Scorewatch

I usually get balance change alerts a few days after the statement for any given card. Keep in mind that it will only alert you to INCREASES in balance. And, as always, make sure in your settings that your goal score is set to your CURRENT score, and update it when you get a score alert.

 


Starting Score: EQ 583 TU04 619 EX 592 (lender pull) 2010
Previous High Score: EQ 700 TU04 712 EX 726
Current Score: EQ 740 TU(Discover) 750 EX(AMEX) 747
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