02-28-2012 08:39 AM
Mines is a joke too. I totally feel like it was a waste of $$$$$$$$
02-28-2012 03:11 PM - edited 02-28-2012 03:12 PM
Hey guys anyway I can get a free pull to check my ScoreWatch? I have had issues with it not updating in the past and I am afraid it is not updating again.
As I think most regular readers of this board know, I'm normally pretty willing to offer a free SW pull when there's a good reason. But seeing as how I gave you one just a few months ago, and you received an alert yesterday, I'm going to have to decline your request.
One suggestion: to increase the likelihood of getting a score change alert, you may want to set your target to your latest score. Good luck!
02-29-2012 11:27 AM
03-01-2012 09:28 AM
I too am having the same issue. I currently subscribe to Scorewatch and within the past few weeks have paid some balances waaay down in order to decrease my util so that I can go to the bank and apply for a loan. I'm only waiting on the SW alert and each week it keeps telling me no changes. I'm tempted to pull a report but don't want to have to pay for it since I'm already subscribed to SW. Any help/suggestions?
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