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Please ONLY post in this thread to support this! I would like to send a link to this thread to NFCU and don't want it to be full of debate or other off topic comments. I may ask one of the mods/admins to remove off topic posts.


For mortgage FICO scores, we now have 2 sources for EX (PSECU and NASA), DCU provides EQ but there is no source for TU 04 other than purchasing scores through MF.


I sent NFCU a secure message this morning telling them that it would be a great member benefit to offer a free TU 04 score, which is the TU model that they already use anyway. I know that the person reading that message will not be able to do anything, so I asked for an email or address to submit my request.



Your Message 05/10/2016 : I'm not sure who to contact to ask this question or make the recommendation, so please send me either a contact email or mailing address so that my suggestion is heard.

Many financial institutions, including credit unions, are offering free FICO scores. I am a member of NASA FCU who just started offering the Experian score used for mortgage lending, and I am also a member of DCU who offers the Equifax credit score for mortgage lending. I was wondering if Navy Federal would consider adding as a member benefit a free TransUnion FICO 04 score monthly. That is the scoring model you already use when you check TransUnion.

Please let me know where I can send this request, and thank you for your help.


I am not expecting this to work, but maybe we can use the CB Effect for once to get something positive done. :D


Please post your support in this thread. :good:

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