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ScoreWatch - No longer giving discounts on credit reports?

When I first signed up for ScoreWatch I got a couple of my reports for free, then I got a couple of discounts later on down the line. I just renewed my annual rescription and I noticed that I don't have any discounts or free report offers, and it's been a really long time since I've run my reprots. 

 

Is this no longer a benefit of ScoreWatch membership? If not it seems like I'm just paying $15 a month to get the occasional EQ update and I still have to pay $20 a report to see any details. 



Starting Score: TU - 580 (7/22/11) ..... EQ: 561 (7/22/11)
Current Score: TU - 622 (10/24/13) ...... EQ: 656 (3/26/14) ...... EXP: 620 (3/26/14)
Goal Score: 700 by 12/31/14


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Re: ScoreWatch - No longer giving discounts on credit reports?

As a SW subscriber, you should be able to get that 30% discount if you used up your remaining reports. Try clicking into your ScoreWatch bar located underneath your 3 FICO scores after you log in. Under your SW graph you should see a discount available.

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