myFICO Promo Code
March 25, 2010
myFICO Coupon Code
MyFICO is celebrating its 9th year, and for a limited time myFICO is offering a promotion coupon code for 30% off your online credit report.
So what is so great about myFICO? MyFICO is the consumer division of Fair Issac “the company that invented the FICO credit risk score that lenders use” and the only place you can get your FICO scores (the same scores the lenders use).
myFICO Promotion Code
From now until the end of the month, you can save 30% off ALL myFICO products and services. The details of the myFICO promotion are as follows:
- Save 30% on all myFICO credit products (free trials excluded)
- Use coupon code: myFICOis9
- Promo runs now through end of the month
How to Get your Credit Report
Use code: myFICOis9 to receive 30% off your credit report. To get your discount you must first be registered. You can choose either or both Equifax and TransUnion credit reports.
- Step 1 requires you to fill in a login (your email) and password–which must be at least 8 characters.
- Step 2 shows the cost of the credit scores you are ordering on the right side of the form. Enter the coupon code in the box area, the code is case sensitive. Click to apply the myFICO promotion discount code.
Your credit information will be available online for 30 days from the purchase date, and can be printed; information includes your address, employer, and financial accounts. If you’ve been wanting to check your FICO credit score, this offer is a good one. MyFICO offers credit reports and credit scores from two of the three major credit bureaus — Equifax and TransUnion. (Experian does not offer FICO scores to consumers).
Products and Services
myFICO also offers several Products and Services including Score Watch®, IDFreeze®, Suze Orman’s FICO® Kit Platinum, FICO® Standard, and FICO® Quarterly, as well as online mortgage relief, how to get a loan, get a credit card and dispute credit report mistakes.
FICO Standard – This is their basic service, it gives you a look at your FICO score and also goes into some detail about what the different components of your score mean. Probably the most useful feature, other than knowing the score itself, is that this service gives you some insight into how potential lenders might evaluate you based on your score.
FICO ScoreWatch – This service gives you two FICO scores & credit reports every year from Equifax. It also keeps you up to date on how your credit score is changing.
FICO Quarterly Monitoring – The quarterly monitoring service is kind of like a checkup every three months. Each quarter you get to see your credit score and check out your credit report. It also highlights anything that’s happened since the last report that may be impacting your score.
Suze Orman’s FICO Kit – If you’ve never heard of Suze Orman, she’s obsessed with personal finance and has been writing books about it for years. She also has a TV show where she talks about consumer finance topics and answers users questions.
After working with thousands of people in debt, Suze Orman sat down with myFICO to design a program that could help walk you through the process of rebuilding your credit. The other services offer good information, this one is setup to help coach you through that information.
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