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    Wells Fargo to Offer Free FICO Score to Home Loan Borrowers

    Have a home mortgage or home equity line with Wells Fargo? Then you will soon have free access to your FICO credit score thanks a partnership between Wells Fargo and Fair Isaacs (the maker of the FICO credit score).


  2. Wells Fargo to Offer Free FICO Score to Home Loan Borrowers
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    Discover trumps that ... anyone can get a free copy of their credit score. Even non-customers.

    I guess Discover hopes you will be surprised to have good enough credit to qualify and apply right then and there.

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    Will the score from Discover be a FICO score, or one of the "fako" scores?

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    Discover is indeed offering a free FICO score for everyone.

    Great tip Frugal. Thanks for sharing!

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    Add Capital One to the mix of banks offering free credit scores to non-customers.

    Plus, you can always get a free credit profile and score from outfits like Credit Sesame, Quizzle and Credit Karma. For these last three, you only get a Vantage score. But it will be close enough.

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    I love all these free credit score options available all of a sudden. Because there is no time like the present to get your credit in shape!
    Current Fico Scores: 710 TU, 732 EQ
    My Goal for 2016: 750+

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    Great tips!!!

    Taking advantage of the free resources and your annual credit reports are a great way to monitor your credit. Both to improve your profile and score, and to detect any potential identity theft issues.

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    Free credit score ... and they'll open a high-fee checking account for you as a courtesy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollerGirl View Post
    Free credit score ... and they'll open a high-fee checking account for you as a courtesy.
    Very cheeky. I approve.

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