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If you let your membership cancel (forgot to change new card info) do you lose all your previor data?

myFICO EQ Starting Score 568 05/01/2013 Current Score 657



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Lost all my previous reports.  All I have left is the score tracking.

myFICO EQ Starting Score 568 05/01/2013 Current Score 657



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Shellie wrote:

Lost all my previous reports.  All I have left is the score tracking.


My friend cancelled his subscription and he did lose all of his reports that he had on there. I hope this answers your question.



Starting Score: EX: 646, EQ: 624, TU: 639 (07/26/2013)
Current Score: EX: 694 (As of 12/17/2013), EQ: 644 (As of 12/21/2013), TU: 662 (As of 12/12/2013 - Barclays)
Goal Score: 700 in all three (07/26/2014)


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