How do I contact ScoreSense?
To cancel your ScoreSense subscription, follow these 3 easy steps:
- Dial 1 (800) 972-7204 to connect with the customer support team.
- Ask the customer support representative to cancel your subscription.
- Alternatively, contact customer support at [email protected].
How do I cancel my membership on ScoreSense?
You can cancel your ScoreSense account at any time, including before your trial period ends, before you’re billed for the first month of service. Cancel the account by chatting with a ScoreSense representative online or by calling 1-800-972-7204.
How reliable is ScoreSense?
How accurate is ScoreSense? ScoreSense is as accurate as the information on your credit bureau reports. Only you can tell if the information is incorrect or incomplete. ScoreSense offers access to all three credit reports, which is a huge benefit if you want to ensure all the information used by creditors is accurate.
Does ScoreSense use FICO or Vantage?
ScoreSense offers solid credit report coverage by providing customers with full access to their credit reports and their VantageScore credit scores from all three major credit bureaus — Transunion, Equifax, and Experian.
What is bad credit?
Based on the FICO® Score☉ range of 300 to 850, a credit score below 669 is considered to be either fair or bad. Lenders often refer to this group as “subprime,” which indicates borrowers who may have a hard time repaying a loan.
How do I contact the scoresense team?
The ScoreSense team is available to answer your questions via phone seven days a week. Live representatives are available at 1-800-972-7204 during the following hours: Monday through Friday, 8AM to 8PM CST Saturday, 8AM to 5PM CST Sunday, Noon to 6PM CST By Mail
How much does scoresense cost?
ScoreSense monthly membership fee is 39.95 and new users can try free 7-day trial access to credit reports and scores and all of other features at absolutely no cost to get acquainted with the product. ScoreSense is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
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What is the range of scores?
Scores can range from the 300s to the 800s. The higher your score, the more likely you are to qualify for a new auto loan, credit card or mortgage at a competitive interest rate. We categorize scores using the Vantage 3.0 scoring model developed by TransUnion®, Equifax®and Experian®: