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#1 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:26 AM

I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!

Edited by moneyvanbanks, 24 February 2007 - 10:27 AM.




#2 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:35 AM

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#3 NAN101

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:38 AM

On the BoA website under credit cards there is a link to "check your credit report" or something like that that will bring you to the site.

ETA - It's under the customer service, then credit cards, then monitor your credit report. See if this works -BoA privace source

Edited by NAN101, 24 February 2007 - 10:41 AM.


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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:40 AM

I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.

#5 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:43 AM

On the BoA website under credit cards there is a link to "check your credit report" or something like that that will bring you to the site.

ETA - It's under the customer service, then credit cards, then monitor your credit report. See if this works -BoA privace source



thanks, but I tried to login there under their Privacy Assist area and my login fails.......

#6 RacieRacer

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:43 AM


I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.

Yep, and neither are daily pulls AFAIK, except for the less than 1% of the people who are lucky enough to get them due to some kind of glitch or something.

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC. B)

#7 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:44 AM


I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.



Do you mean existing banking customers or someone who was signed up with their Privacy Source service? If PS service, then how do I log in there??

#8 NAN101

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:46 AM

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC.


Agree! Isn't BoA something like $129 a year?

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:47 AM



I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.



Do you mean existing banking customers or someone who was signed up with their Privacy Source service? If PS service, then how do I log in there??

I'm sure he meant existing PS customers. B)

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:48 AM

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC.


Agree! Isn't BoA something like $129 a year?

Yeah something like that, but even if it were only 1.99/mo it's not worth it due to one pull per month. B)

Edited by RacieRacer, 24 February 2007 - 10:48 AM.


#11 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:48 AM




I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.



Do you mean existing banking customers or someone who was signed up with their Privacy Source service? If PS service, then how do I log in there??

I'm sure
he meant existing PS customers. B)



Great.... then how does an exsisting PS member log in?

#12 moneyvanbanks

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 10:50 AM


IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC.


Agree! Isn't BoA something like $129 a year?

Yeah something like that, but even if it were only 1.99/mo it's not worth it due to one pull per month. :grin:


great... so can someone provide me with a better service that would give me more than one pull per month?? website addresses please?

thanks!

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:02 AM



IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC.


Agree! Isn't BoA something like $129 a year?

Yeah something like that, but even if it were only 1.99/mo it's not worth it due to one pull per month. :grin:


great... so can someone provide me with a better service that would give me more than one pull per month?? website addresses please?

thanks!

There is Credit Secure, but you must have and Amex issued Amex. This is a good service.

There is True Credit, the link to get it from walmart is in Squirrel Girl's siggy. I took it out of mine b/c I had too many problems with it.

There is Privacy Matters, which is my personal favorite b/c you get 3B reports plus an extra TU pull daily, your household can join for no additional charge. Unfortunately I do not have the link since the one I used when I joined I can no longer find. Do a search for Privacy Matters and Keybank, that is the best deal going at the present.

#14 RacieRacer

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:05 AM

We are not allowed to post outbound links anymore.

Just go to google and type in american express credit secure and it should be the one on the top.

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:07 AM

I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


Try this:

www.privacysource.bankofamerica.com

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:12 AM



I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.

Yep, and neither are daily pulls AFAIK, except for the less than 1% of the people who are lucky enough to get them due to some kind of glitch or something.

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC. :grin:


Before I finally allowing my subscription lapse, I was still able to pull the 3 bureau/1 score daily. I also had the CS and TC, so 3 services were overkill. I may soon give up CS and keep only the TC...

Edited by TrevorHere, 24 February 2007 - 11:13 AM.


#17 RacieRacer

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:17 AM




I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.

Yep, and neither are daily pulls AFAIK, except for the less than 1% of the people who are lucky enough to get them due to some kind of glitch or something.

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC. :blink:


Before I finally allowing my subscription lapse, I was still able to pull the 3 bureau/1 score daily. I also had the CS and TC, so 3 services were overkill. I may soon give up CS and keep only the TC...

I ws the same way, CWG & SW too, lol. :grin:

I cancelled TC long ago cuz I go the 'bureaus down..........wait 4 hours' message too many times. I just cancelled CS but I still have almost a full month to still pull. I kept the PM - 14.95/yr for both DH & I, and an extra TU pull daily, an offer I couldn't refuse. :rofl:

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 11:21 AM





I know I saw a post on here the other day talking about the BOA Privacy Source website.

Can someone tell me how I can pull up their site. When I try www.bankofamericaprivacysource.com, it does not come up.

Thanks!


I believe the old *privacy source* service will work only for existing customers. BofA now has a new monitoring service called privacy assist.

Yep, and neither are daily pulls AFAIK, except for the less than 1% of the people who are lucky enough to get them due to some kind of glitch or something.

IMHO a person is better off with PM, CS, or even TC. :blink:


Before I finally allowing my subscription lapse, I was still able to pull the 3 bureau/1 score daily. I also had the CS and TC, so 3 services were overkill. I may soon give up CS and keep only the TC...

I ws the same way, CWG & SW too, lol. :grin:

I cancelled TC long ago cuz I go the 'bureaus down..........wait 4 hours' message too many times. I just cancelled CS but I still have almost a full month to still pull. I kept the PM - 14.95/yr for both DH & I, and an extra TU pull daily, an offer I couldn't refuse. :D


Can't get a better monitoring deal than the 14.95/year, nice :rofl:




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