The credit score I showed you over the weekend in my post about credit scores as a predictor of relationships was from my Barclaycard American AAdvantage Aviator Red account.
Citibank started offering scores back in January.
Chase offers them on the Slate card product but not to most Chase cardholders.
I received an email from American Express with what was news to me, that they’re now offering credit scores as well. It was sent off of my Starwood consumer card.
I pulled my score from them as well, and it’s a week older than the one provided by Barclays.
They do warn that they won’t promise to offer this forever, which I assume is the kind of cya language that’s necessary in a world where the CFPB could take an enforcement action for removing anything deemed to be a card benefit.
Only the Basic Card Member’s FICO® Score is available through this program. American Express offers FICO® Score access at its own discretion. FICO® Score access is not a permanent feature of your account and may be removed at any time. Additional terms apply.
Nonetheless it’s good to have this available from multiple sources.