[Expired]How To Get A Free FICO Score

Update: You are now charged $4.95 for a 30 day trial to the Score Watch product. If you cancel within the 30 days you will only be charged $4.95, if you don’t cancel within that time period you’ll be charged $14.95 per month.

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free FICO scoreBefore you apply for any type of credit you really should know what your FICO score is and that’s because this is the score that lenders actually use when approving and denying applications, in fact it’s used in 90%+ of these lending decisions.

There are a number of ways to get a FICO score. We’ve compiled a list of ways to get your free FICO score. Below we’re going to show you the easiest way.

  1. Click here to sign up for score watch from myFICO’s freeficoscore.com website, this gives you access to your Equifax score.
  2. Click here to find out how to cancel score watch, as long as you cancel within 10 days you’ll be charged nothing. It’s possible to cancel by phone or online, canceling takes no more than 2 or 3 minutes.

The only downside to this method is you can only sign up to score watch every twenty four months. If you’ve already used this method within that time, try one of the other free FICO methods or see if there are any myFICO.com promo codes currently available.

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Gary (@guest_446523)
July 25, 2017 18:27

Don’t know about other Credit Card company’s or Banks / Credit Unions, but if you have a Chase Credit Card they provide you a link to your free Experian Fico score

Lawrence McKinney
Lawrence McKinney (@guest_70343)
February 4, 2015 03:35

I followed their line on how to get a free FICO score. When I got to the site, they asked for $4.95 for the first month and then 14,95 each month thereafter. This is not free as they say.