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Where to get credit score?

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Where to get credit score?

What is the least expensive way to get your FICO scores these days?

 

 

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Valued Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?

Depends on what info you want...credit check total is good




FICO 8 Scores EQ 704 / Goal 750, EX 706 / Goal 750, TU 724 / Goal 750

FICO 9 Scores EQ 726 / Goal 750, EX 683 / Goal 750, TU 726 / Goal 750
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Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?

FICO for TU and Experian

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Established Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?

Creditscorecard.com gets you a free Experian credit score.
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New Member

Re: Where to get credit score?

creditchecktotal.com 7 day free trial $1
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Frequent Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?


@Toguro06 wrote:
creditchecktotal.com 7 day free trial $1

How often can you do that anyway? I did it a while back.

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2/18 Cap1 Unsecured. Converted to QuickSilver. No CLI.
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Established Member

Re: Where to get credit score?

I highly suggest the Experian membership ($4.99 first month, then $24.99). It is updated daily, and much faster than Equifax and TU. You can also see EQ and TU reports for free (one time only, whenever you decide to within that 30 days). Also, it is able to show all kinds of FICO scores; older ones and mortgage, car loan etc.

 

https://www.experian.com/



4/19 FICO 8 Scores: EX 710 | TU 724 | EQ 713
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Valued Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?

For that $4.99 the first month, can you also see EQ and TU? Or only once you make the first $24.99?



FICO 8 Scores EQ 704 / Goal 750, EX 706 / Goal 750, TU 724 / Goal 750

FICO 9 Scores EQ 726 / Goal 750, EX 683 / Goal 750, TU 726 / Goal 750
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Established Contributor

Re: Where to get credit score?


@ozthewiz wrote:

I highly suggest the Experian membership ($4.99 first month, then $24.99). It is updated daily, and much faster than Equifax and TU. You can also see EQ and TU reports for free (one time only, whenever you decide to within that 30 days). Also, it is able to show all kinds of FICO scores; older ones and mortgage, car loan etc.

 

https://www.experian.com/


Experian offers a slim version plan of $4.99 with score and credit lock... Why do so many not see that under membership? They may run the full plan for $4.99 for the first month but if you just want the lock and score it's $4.99 every month. I'm able to lock EQ, TU but Experian wants a fee for their lock because it's special. Smiley LOL

 

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Re: Where to get credit score?


@Superduper2014 wrote:

What is the least expensive way to get your FICO scores these days?

 


The least expensive method is to get your monthly FICO 8 and report from Experian here:

 

https://www.creditscore.com/

 

It is free.  Free monthly scores from the other two bureaus can be obtained via credit cards.  (TU at Barclays, BOA , and others.  EQ at Citi.)

 

Free reports from TU and EQ can be obtained at Credit Karma.

 

If you ever want to get all three scores and reports at the same time, the $1 trial at CCT is almost free.

 

There are other fairly low cost options, but the ones I just outlined are the cheapest, which is what you indicated you wanted.

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