Here’s the 3 places you can find your FICO score online:
1 – myfico.com – you can purchase your transunion and equifax FICO’s here.
2 – equifax.com – you can only buy your Equifax FICO here…not the other two.
3 – transunion.com – this one is VERY rarely found and used. Notice the “cs” behind transunion this stands for consumer services. You won’t find this site mentioned anywhere on the transunion.com site so it’s pretty hard to find.
It’s probably worth noting that there’s nowhere we can purchase our Experian FICO scores online. They pulled back from their consumer agreement with Fair Isaac (FICO scores is acronym for Fair Isaac Company) last year.
When you monitor your credit it’s probably best to not plan a FICO monitoring being a big part of that monitoring. myfico.com does offer their scorewatch product so there’s some potential if you use that product. I’m not a big fan of it but it’s available. Also, equifax.com does offer some FICO score options with some of their credit monitoring products. The problem is that their site is so slow and, in my opinion, their layout and format is not nearly as easy to use. If you’re at all concerned about paying attention to your FICO scores just remember you can always purchase them (at least 2 out of the 3 anyway) on myfico.com whenever you want them.