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Using Scorewatch to "Get Today's Score"

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If I check it once a week, or every day, will I hurt my score?  
 
I have paid all three credit cards down to zero, and want to see the results.


Message Edited by JayMichael on 03-15-2007 09:25 AM
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Viewing your own report does not harm your score.

Viewing your own report does not harm your score.

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