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myFICO 25% Discount Code

Written by Nickel - 4 Comments

This is just a quick note to let you know that there’s a new discount code out there for myFICO. Unfortunately, it’s only good through September 30th, so you have to hurry. Here’s the scoop…

Simply enter promotional code ‘FinancialHelp25‘ to get 25% off your purchase. Thus, if you’re interested in something like FICO Standard, which gives you access to your TransUnion or Equifax FICO credit score, you can get it for $11.96 (vs. $15.95).

Also note that myFICO ScoreWatch still offers a 30 day free trial, complete with free access to your Equifax FICO credit score. Just be sure to cancel when you’re done if you don’t want to pay for the service. Of course, if you do want the service, then be sure to use the promo code.

Published on September 29th, 2009 - 4 Comments
Filed under: Credit Cards

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4 Responses to “myFICO 25% Discount Code”

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    Brent Says:

    I use the MyFICO service and I have to say that so far I’m quite impressed. Within the first month of my membership I got email alerts that I had done something that lowered my FICO score. It’s one thing to look at your credit report periodically to make sure you are on track, but it is very cool to get updates on your score every time you do something that affects it.

  2. 2
    John DeFlumeri Jr Says:

    That is an interesting concept, but I worry about too much social security number exposure.

  3. 3
    Paul Says:

    I thought Transunion and Equifax only charged $7.95 to access your scores.

  4. 4
    financia@financialfreakshow.com Says:

    I may look into this (I’d better get on it right now!)

    Thanks for passing on the deal

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