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 9 years ago '04        #1
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Your Official FICO Score - Get It = myFICO Score Watch Free Trial
 

 
Are you ready to address your credit history? If you are, then you probably know that those "free credit report" offers you've seen on commercials and whatnot are just not enough if you're serious about handling your credit.

myFICO.com, the only place that will give you 100% OFFICIAL Fair Issac scores, offers a FREE one month trial of their Score Watch application. Score Watch gives you your official TransUnion FICO score along with your current, full credit report, plus several other handy tools and applications that come with Score Watch.

You can easily cancel your trial before the month passes, and canceling can be done through their website (no annoying phone calls are necessary). You do have to provide your payment information, but you won't be charged unless you decide to keep the subscription, or you simply forget to cancel before the trial expires.

Take the first step, handling your credit is a challenge everyone should take on.

Any questions, drop them in this thread.

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41 comments for "Your Official FICO Score - Get It = myFICO Score Watch Free Trial"

 9 years ago '04        #2
Hood_Rich 7 heat pts
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I know wamu.com would offer free FICO report every month, but WAMU is no more....I was at a credit score of 797 last month
 9 years ago '04        #3
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Yeah, it's under Chase now, and they don't offer free score updates.
 9 years ago '04        #4
hockeythug 66 heat pts66
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Everybody should get free updates every month for free.
 9 years ago '04        #5
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I disagree. I'd say three out of every four people have little to know clue as to what determines their credit score. If everyone and their grandmother had free access to their credit score at their leisure, you'd probably see even more people being foreclosed on, re-po'd, etc., right now just because their credit score was way above what their actual credit rating should have been. A high credit score still doesn't merit credit worthiness, and a high score doesn't mean that a person can actually afford to pay back what they can borrow.
 03-24-2009, 01:38 PM         #6
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good lookin on the info
 9 years ago '04        #7
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I signed up..my score is shot..i gotta get my s**t up
 9 years ago '04        #8
doczdaname 31 heat pts31
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 S said:
I disagree. I'd say three out of every four people have little to know clue as to what determines their credit score. If everyone and their grandmother had free access to their credit score at their leisure, you'd probably see even more people being foreclosed on, re-po'd, etc., right now just because their credit score was way above what their actual credit rating should have been. A high credit score still doesn't merit credit worthiness, and a high score doesn't mean that a person can actually afford to pay back what they can borrow.
But isn't that the whole Idea of credit? I know what you are saying because you can easily have a good score but once you get approve for a loan, can you pay every month for x amount of years? All I am trying to say is if this system is flawed then what would be a better idea for "credit worthiness"?
 9 years ago '04        #9
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 S said:
I disagree. I'd say three out of every four people have little to know clue as to what determines their credit score. If everyone and their grandmother had free access to their credit score at their leisure, you'd probably see even more people being foreclosed on, re-po'd, etc., right now just because their credit score was way above what their actual credit rating should have been. A high credit score still doesn't merit credit worthiness, and a high score doesn't mean that a person can actually afford to pay back what they can borrow.
But isn't that up to the Lender and not the Borrower? You still only get what they give you...

And if people wanna f**k their credit up more, let em do it lol...
 03-28-2009, 08:47 PM         #10
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 S said:

myFICO.com, the only place that will give you 100% OFFICIAL Fair Issac scores, offers a FREE one month trial of their Score Watch application. Score Watch gives you your official TransUnion FICO score along with your current, full credit report, plus several other handy tools and applications that come with Score Watch.
Not a big deal, but the free score is from Equifax.

I've been using Score Watcher for some time now, and my score is well into the 700's. That's not bad at 19 years old. It's kinda sad that Experian doesn't offer scores to consumers anymore, though.
 9 years ago '04        #11
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 doczdaname said:
But isn't that the whole Idea of credit? I know what you are saying because you can easily have a good score but once you get approve for a loan, can you pay every month for x amount of years? All I am trying to say is if this system is flawed then what would be a better idea for "credit worthiness"?
The system is flawed because everyone and their grandmother used to be able to take out credit under their name as long as they had a pulse. People with lofty scores combined with not having to prove personal income and credit worthiness added to the mess.

People should be educated thoroughly about credit in general before ever learning their credit score. If they don't know a lot about credit, they shouldn't be able to get their score whenever they feel like it. It's my hope that by taking the initiative to set up a free trial on MyFICO, a person will not only get their score, but learn a whole hell of a lot about credit as well.
 9 years ago '04        #12
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 GoldynChyld421 said:
But isn't that up to the Lender and not the Borrower? You still only get what they give you...

And if people wanna f**k their credit up more, let em do it lol...
The uneducated borrower and f**king up their credit = the reason for our current economic crisis.

We complain that the government is bailing out the big banks. While that's true, they're also bailing out a lot of the idiots that put us in this mess in the first place. And that's all the idiots who know little to nothing about how they got themselves into their mess.
 9 years ago '04        #13
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 yungb said:
Not a big deal, but the free score is from Equifax.

I've been using Score Watcher for some time now, and my score is well into the 700's. That's not bad at 19 years old. It's kinda sad that Experian doesn't offer scores to consumers anymore, though.
Ah, yes. I was thinking of Quarterly Monitoring, which gives you the TU score.... using a coupon code, one could get their TU score and entire credit score for a few bucks (albeit not completely free), then they could cancel their QM account before the second billing date.


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 9 years ago '04        #14
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 S said:
The uneducated borrower and f**king up their credit = the reason for our current economic crisis.

We complain that the government is bailing out the big banks. While that's true, they're also bailing out a lot of the idiots that put us in this mess in the first place. And that's all the idiots who know little to nothing about how they got themselves into their mess.
I don't buy that though... I refuse to believe that people spending all of their money IN the economy, as well as paying taxes on every dollar they MAKE AND SPEND is the reason our Economy is f**ked right now... I believe it has MORE to do with the greedy/conniving S.O.B's at the top of the food chain...
 03-30-2009, 10:45 AM         #15
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 GoldynChyld421 said:
I don't buy that though... I refuse to believe that people spending all of their money IN the economy, as well as paying taxes on every dollar they MAKE AND SPEND is the reason our Economy is f**ked right now... I believe it has MORE to do with the greedy/conniving S.O.B's at the top of the food chain...
The problem is that it wasn't their money to spend, though. And now they can't pay it back.
 9 years ago '04        #16
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 GoldynChyld421 said:
I don't buy that though... I refuse to believe that people spending all of their money IN the economy, as well as paying taxes on every dollar they MAKE AND SPEND is the reason our Economy is f**ked right now... I believe it has MORE to do with the greedy/conniving S.O.B's at the top of the food chain...
there's a big difference between people spending money (which they did) and people spending THEIR money.
 9 years ago '04        #17
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 S said:
The uneducated borrower and f**king up their credit = the reason for our current economic crisis.

We complain that the government is bailing out the big banks. While that's true, they're also bailing out a lot of the idiots that put us in this mess in the first place. And that's all the idiots who know little to nothing about how they got themselves into their mess.
yeah but the thing is we are still with the debt the banks get help all they do is sell the debt to someone else and then still claim a loss itll be different if the they bailed out people who are 10 grand or less in debt like stuff went into collections
 9 years ago '07        #18
ptwist 49 heat pts49
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763....up from 730

got lotta bills to pay in the next month though ....
 9 years ago '04        #19
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 ptwist said:
763....up from 730

got lotta bills to pay in the next month though ....
good stuff. stay on it.
 9 years ago '06        #20
Blockburner28 67 heat pts67
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I love my Fico but I'm also in loved with credit keeper. The scores are only a few points apart but at least with credit keeper I get to see my transunion one. I have a few more days to make my mind up
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