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USAA Credit Check Link??

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Anyone have a link to the $22 unlimited pull CreditCheck service?

 

USAA CS has no clue about it over the phone and I don't see it online.

 

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Anyone have a link to the $22 unlimited pull CreditCheck service?

 

USAA CS has no clue about it over the phone and I don't see it online.

 

Thanks

There isn't one, call them back and ask to sign up for unlimited daily pulls.

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Anyone have a link to the $22 unlimited pull CreditCheck service?

 

USAA CS has no clue about it over the phone and I don't see it online.

 

Thanks

There isn't one, call them back and ask to sign up for unlimited daily pulls.

I did and the rep said ugh... that doesn't exist. We only offer the 12.95 service. Then he said if it doesn't show up online that means I'm not eligible. I told him that I was eligible last year when I canceled after they switched to monthly pulls. He had no clue. I politely thanked him for his time, hung up, and and logged in to CB B)

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When I signed my DW up, I simply signed up for the monthlt pull, then attempted to pull again the next day and it prompted my to upgrade to daily pulls.

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When I signed my DW up, I simply signed up for the monthlt pull, then attempted to pull again the next day and it prompted my to upgrade to daily pulls.

aha... If this doesn't work I'll do that. Thanks.

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OK just got off the phone...

 

With the CreditCheck rep on the phone I signed up for regular sign-up CCP and then rep converted to unlimited on her end.

 

That's basically the same as what you said Duck Bills.

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When I signed my DW up, I simply signed up for the monthlt pull, then attempted to pull again the next day and it prompted my to upgrade to daily pulls.

Are you sure you aren't thinking of Amex's C$, because I've never seen this ability with USAA's CCMP. Especially since lately CCMP has required a phone call to upgrade to unlimited daily pulls.

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I just signed up for USAA again today...going to try to pull again tomorrow and see if the option comes up....and call...

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Called in this morning...rep knew exactly what it was....it is a $9.99 add on....total monthly charge is $22.94 - I get unlimited pulls all month....they didn't charge the $9.99 - new billing price kicks in next month. Great customer service!

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Do you get unlimited pulls for all bureaus, if so I'm closing my membership with Equifax?

 

Yes, all 3 bureaus. Daily pulls are available for as low as $11.12/month.

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