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fico quarterly monitoring

Quick question, with the quarterly monitoring does it send you an alert when your transunion score changes?  Kinda like score watch does.



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Re: fico quarterly monitoring

No, they advertise "alerts" but these alerts are shown on your computer when the new report automatically generates. In other words, you only get alerted to score changes once every 3 months.

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Re: fico quarterly monitoring

well that sucks.  will the alert show up in the panel when your score does change? 



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You'll see the new score in two places. One is at the top next to your Eq FICO score, when it comes each quarter assuming you don't purchase one in the interim. The other is when you click into the TUQM product bar. 

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