Free Credit Score for American Express Card Members

The free credit score offer seems to be back again.

I got my free Experian PLUS score back in April when AMEX offered the deal to cardholders. Though it’s not the most widely used FICO score, it should still give you an idea of your credit worthiness if you haven’t checked your score recently. And it’s free.

However, it appears that you can only take advantage of this offer once. When I tried the link to see if the  score is updated, an error message showed up instead, saying the 30-day free period has expired. So if you have got the score before, don’t try again this time.

Use this link to get your complementary Experian PLUS score from American Experience. For details about this offer, see my previous post.

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3 Responses to “Free Credit Score for American Express Card Members”

  1. good credit score |  Aug 11, 2009 at 5:06 am

    Credit score is the method by which we can find our financial soundness. Good credit score range from 300 to 850. It will help you to take decision while shopping and saving. For lenders it will help him to decide interest rate, the more score you have, the more reliability you have. Lender can charge you more if he is using any other method for scoring. Credit Score statement might not be refreshed and you could be following the older ratings. Lender could have their own measurements of charging the interest and counting the credit score, you force him to follow the general and standard rates. These all are the guidelines for of the credit score statements.

  2. One Time Free Credit Report |  Aug 29, 2010 at 10:32 am

    Good post on ideas to get your free credit score. I wanted to mention that I recently found a good site that will provide you with a free credit score from Experian also with no strings attached. The website is Quizzle.com and it really is free to use.