If you have great credit, you’ll save money, get the best loan rates, and
qualify for great rewards and offers. Score Watch® will show you where you
are now, and how far you need to go to meet your credit goals. Set your target,
track your progress, and get instant notifications when you need them.
• Get your FICO® Score and credit report instantly.
C • ancel at any time during the 10-day trial.
The tools you need
• Track your success
• Watch your FICO® Score change over time as you take steps to improve your credit health.
• Alerts when you need them
• Stay on top of important changes with email and mobile alerts.
• How lenders see you
• Know what interest rates you can expect, and how to get a lower rate.
• Predict your credit future
• See the potential impact of applying for a loan, maxing out a credit card, or paying down a balance.
The info you want
• Know your score
• Get instant online access to your FICO Score.
• Break it down
• Understand what hurts and helps your score.
• Get your Equifax credit report
• Get instant access to your Equifax credit report.
• You can pull a second report at any time during your subscription; additional reports are 30% off.
I got the service from myFICO and was so pleased with the product! Not only do I know my real FICO score, but I get a detailed report of how lenders see me. It makes keeping track of habits much easier and really helps me to understand the full picture of my credit score. – Caitlin, Sewell, NJ
*You may cancel your free 10-day trial subscription of Score Watch at any time within the 10-day trial period without charge. If you don’t cancel prior to the end of 10-day trial period, you’ll be billed at $14.95 for each month that you continue your subscription. The minimum subscription period is three months.
myFICO is the consumer division of FICO. Since its introduction 20 years ago, the FICO® Score has become a global standard for measuring credit risk in the banking, mortgage, credit card, auto and retail industries. 90 of the top 100 largest U.S. financial institutions use the FICO Score to make consumer credit decisions.