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|Subject: Re: FICO Score||Date: 10/7/2004 2:36 PM|
|Author: dsemmler||Number: 190848 of 309386|
well, that's what I get for letting the 19 month old near the computer - what I was asking is do you pay the $36 to see all or $12 to see one on myfico.com or is there some other cheaper way?
The last time I ordered my reports, I ordered from each of the CRAs individually. Sure it may have cost a little more but I wanted to get each specific one as it's own report.
At the present time, I am planning to wait until next year when I will be eligible for my free report. To be honest, I haven't read a lot of the details on that so I am not sure if that will include a credit score or if you can only get one report total or can you get a report from each CRA. But I am not personally concerned about the score itself, just the data that is being reported.
Guess it is time to look into this a little more to see what exactly is being offered as part of the free credit reports.
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