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Scores only good for a month?

So about a month ago, I purchased my TU and EX scores from this site along with credit reports. Now they are gone and only my Equifax ScoreWatch remains. Can I go back and review these credit reports somewhere? If not, that is ridiculous.

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Re: Scores only good for a month?

Unfortunately the reports only remain for 30 days and after 30 they delete them. In the future definitely print them or save them as a PDF. If you have a subscription to SW then your EQ reports remain for 2 years or longer (IIRC) and if you have TUQM then your reports remain for a year or more. IMO it's a pain in the rear end but I heard they do that for security reasons (though why offer it longer for SW subscribers too?)

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