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CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

Anonymous
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Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?


@VoltaicShock wrote:



I couldn't change from the family membership.  It said I had to call.  I did not see a cancel button.  I had to call though to get my refund.


Are you not able to click the basic/free plan all the way to the right (or the one in the middle for that matter?).  Are you enrolled in a $1 trial currently, because it sounds like maybe you aren't?

 

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Brooklyn2018
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Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

@BBS

That’s sweet! I’m waiting for my Cap1 in the mail. So, I’m probably going to wait until it starts reporting(probably in 2 friggin MONTHS🙄) but, that’ll give me something to look forward to. I think I’m done obsessing over my scores now. At least until it starts reporting, anyway.🤣

I definitely did like the other scores!! I never had the chance to see them. They’re a little low but, so are my FICO 8’s. I’m sure they all go hand-in-hand.




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Brooklyn2018
Valued Contributor

Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

+1@VS

Awesome! Thanks! Got it in my virtual Rolodex!




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Brooklyn2018
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Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

@BBS

I wonder how long this will last before we “🎼Burn this Mutha OUT...”

I think getting it at first to see where your scores are at the beginning(newbie) or “before” a CR event change(seasoned) Then, get it again to record the change. That’s it!...IMHO. Other than that, most everyone knows what they need to do afterwards...”garden.” But, can’t control what others do. I just hate to see it vanish as fast as it appeared especially having access to extra scores. I guess, “preference” is keyword here.

But, then again, CCT lasted for a long time, too!!

We will see...




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VoltaicShock
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Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?


@Anonymous wrote:

@VoltaicShock wrote:



I couldn't change from the family membership.  It said I had to call.  I did not see a cancel button.  I had to call though to get my refund.


Are you not able to click the basic/free plan all the way to the right (or the one in the middle for that matter?).  Are you enrolled in a $1 trial currently, because it sounds like maybe you aren't?

 

cct.jpg


I have to be honest I didn't look too hard becuase I was annoyed they signed me up and charged me for a family plan.  I think what happened is I was slated to cancel CCT yesterday or today and instead of them honoring that they went ahead and charged me.  It's fixed now though.  I will have to log in and see what my options are.



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Message 45 of 56
phillip1
Contributor

Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

my free credit report and credit check total had the same exact username and password.

 

now when i try to log on to credit check total -- i get free credit report.

 

cant get any access to credit check total.

 

any advice?

 

im thinking just cancel credit check total -- and sign up for another trial and this time use a different username and password.

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Anonymous
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Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?


@phillip1 wrote:

im thinking just cancel credit check total -- and sign up for another trial and this time use a different username and password.


Yup.  And, you'll notice this time that your signup looks different.  That's because you're going through the Experian site.

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wealthychoices
New Visitor

Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

I received this tonight as well. What's strange is I was initially able to view my new Experian account and then it logged me out and then I was unable to log back in. I've been paying $29.95 for CreditCheckTotal for over a year, so I'm beyond annoyed I received no email notification of this upcoming change. So now I have to call Experian tomorrow to get my account sorted out, and I'll most likely cancel. 

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calyx
Super Contributor

Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?

Good news!  My "trial" expired last night and when I logged into experian this morning I got the $1 trial screen again, so it does look like we can churn the trial still (please note:  I've been a member of Experian since July, and started using CCT in October and I never had any problems with either, I know this is not true for everyone).

The only difference seems to be that you have to wait out your 7-10 days (it says 7, but my "trial" lasted 10) if you don't want to create a new log in (vs CCT where you could cancel and rejoin to refresh everything the same day).    Since I'm only interested in a couple of reports that are >10 days apart this works for me, YMMV.

This was my screen this morning:

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Message 49 of 56
Pupster
New Member

Re: CreditCheckTotal -- Finally merged with Experian?


@Musiclover wrote:

I was on the phone with Experian for fifty minutes this morning trying to get my account updated. Still can't get into it. What a mess. I resent their wasting my time. I really do. Although the young woman helping me did her best. 


What phone number and what button pushes did you use to actually get to talk to someone? I keep getting the computer, and it hangs up automatically at the end of each branch of button presses....



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