Finding of your FICO score - Posted by Marcus (FL)

Posted by Matt in VA on July 27, 2001 at 06:35:38:

Marcus(FL),
The best $12.95 I’ve spent in quite sometime was for that credit report and FICO score. I personally looked all over for “free” FICO scores and came up crap eyes. However, the info I got from Equifax was very complete and very fast.

My recommendation, spend the 13 bucks and you’ll be happy. Of course you don’t get a FICO from the other two big credit agenices…but you’ll know what one of the three are saying about you, which should give you an estimate of the other two.

Finally, one area I find very interesting on the credit report is who’s doing inquires on you the PRM, AR, INQ (etc…) type inquires that don’t negatively affect your report. Look at your “preapproval” credit card/Home Equity mailing list and see what looks familiar.

Matt in VA

Finding of your FICO score - Posted by Marcus (FL)

Posted by Marcus (FL) on July 26, 2001 at 13:46:25:

Is there any way beside signing up for Eqifax’s score power
program ($12.95) to find out what your FICO score is? The
money isn’t the issue. I just don’t feel like getting a
bunch of emails trying to sell me more services down the
road.

Marcus (FL)

Re: Finding of your FICO score - Posted by Mark

Posted by Mark on July 29, 2001 at 16:27:14:

Marcus,

Several months ago, I requested a report from

Credit411.com

and got a three agency report…no FICO score, but all 3 agencies.

To date, I have not been contacted for any other offers or follow-ups.

Mark