Citi to start offering free FICO credit scores in January 2015

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  1. daninstl

    daninstl Gold Member

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    Good news, good move for Citi
     
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    Barclays (US Airways card) already beat them to it!
     
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    Yes and US Bank offers this to many folks as well.
     
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    Hopefully this will be a trend and chase and amex will also offer these.
     
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  6. jakem4800

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    I think those FICO scores are all screwed up, I've seen mine as high as 782 and as low as 691, from credit karma, discover, and Barclays
     
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    Credit karma isn't a true FICO score. Barclay and discover are but they are not real time.
     
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  8. Mrlasssen

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    My Amex account already show my FICO score. Same number as Barclays also.
     
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    Agreed. My other half didn't even realize that Discover offered that on the statement. We looked at them over the weekend (pulled the last 6 or so statements), and the numbers vary wildly. If I look at my three agency reports on LifeLock I don't see wild changes in the number, so I don't really trust the Discover numbers either.
     
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  10. PaulOnion

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    Good and when they are going to "offer" to refund all the money issued on bad mortgages that wasn't repaid, I'll be sure to notice.
     
  11. PaulOnion

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    Why's this a "good" move? To perpetuate a nonsense system created by people skilled in the art of nonsensical bullsheetery? This is the dumbest thing ever. Nobody cares lol
     

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