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Simply827
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Scorewatch deal

Is the $9.95 deal still going on? If I call to cancel, will they offer it to me?


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SE7EN57
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Re: Scorewatch deal

Don't threaten to cancel just tell then you want the $9.95 deal.

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Re: Scorewatch deal

Ok thanks.


Starting Score: 515
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Goal Score: 700+

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awal
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Re: Scorewatch deal

I'm interested in knowing the outcome of requesting the $9.95 price. I've been with SW for almost 3 years at a higher rate, only because I don't want to lose my history.

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Simply827
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Re: Scorewatch deal


awal wrote:
I'm interested in knowing the outcome of requesting the $9.95 price. I've been with SW for almost 3 years at a higher rate, only because I don't want to lose my history.

Try calling and asking for it. They gave me the deal, no problem. I'm also just coming off of a free trial so I'm not sure if that affects anything. Can't hurt to ask.


Starting Score: 515
Current Score: EQ 689 EX 703 TU 707
Goal Score: 700+

PSECU $10000 | Discover IT $9250 | Barclay Ring $6500 | DCU $5000 | Citi DC $4600 | Amex BCP $4100 | Chase Freedom $4000 | PayPal Extras MC $3000 | US Airways $2000 | Cap 1 Platinum $1700 | Cap 1 QS One $1500 | Union Plus $1000 | Target $200
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awal
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Re: Scorewatch deal

The $9.95 deal is still active?

Starting Scores: 667 EQ 09/2013 | 682 TU08 01/2014 | 685 EX 03/2013(via AMEX App)
Current Scores: 667 EQ 09/2013 | 680 TU08 12/2014 | 689 EX 06/2014(via AMEX CLI)

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Voodoo_Laveau
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Re: Scorewatch deal

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I emailed before my free trial was up. They were great and switched my price to the 9.95. The only thing you need to know is the membership will continue after three month commitment unless you call to cancel.

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Simply827
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Re: Scorewatch deal


awal wrote:
The $9.95 deal is still active?

Yes the $9.95 deal is still active. The only issue I had was that the rep told me that price was for as long as I kept the product, but the confirmation email stated 6 months. I'll have to call again on Monday to get it straightened out.


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