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Equifax ScoreWatch Features

  • Continuous score monitoring and notification when a change in your FICO® score impacts the interest rate you are likely to receive
  • Detailed explanations for key score changes and specific tips for understanding your score
  • Daily monitoring of your Equifax Credit Report with email notification of key changes (email / wireless alerts)
  • Two Free Score Power® reports, plus discounts on additional Score Power® reports
  • Detailed "Bottom Line" of what your most current score means, comparison with national averages, and a graph of how lenders view you
  • Access to friendly and knowledgeable Customer Care available 7 days a week
  • Safer than carrying cash - use it to pay for everyday purchases.
  • Free Smartphone App - check your transactions, balance and find the closest reload location
Intro APR Intro Period Regular APR Annual Fee Credit Needed
N/A N/A N/A See Terms N/A

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This is a review of Equifax ScoreWatch. This card is perfect for people with N/A credit. Equifax ScoreWatch is issued by .

  • Continuous score monitoring and notification when a change in your FICO® score impacts the interest rate you are likely to receive
  • Detailed explanations for key score changes and specific tips for understanding your score
  • Daily monitoring of your Equifax Credit Report with email notification of key changes (email / wireless alerts)
  • Two Free Score Power® reports, plus discounts on additional Score Power® reports
  • Detailed “Bottom Line” of what your most current score means, comparison with national averages, and a graph of how lenders view you
  • Access to friendly and knowledgeable Customer Care available 7 days a week

What is the APR of Equifax ScoreWatch

APR: N/A

APR Explained: The APR rate is the annual interest rate you will pay on any remaining balance left on your card at the end of the billing cycle. You want to find a card with a low APR, for a list of all of our low APR credit cards.

What is the Annual Fee of Equifax ScoreWatch

Annual Fee:

Annual Fee Explained: Certain credit cards have a fee that you are required to pay every year to continue to use the card. Cards with annual fees tend to have benefits associated with them like airline miles, points, or cash back. Explore the best rewards credit cards on our site.

What is the Intro APR on Equifax ScoreWatch

Intro APR: N/A

Intro APR Explained: An introductory APR (annual percentage rate) is the rate that is charged for any balance that remains on your account. The difference between an introductory rate and your regular APR is the introductory period will end. Introductory rates are typically 3 months, 6 months or 12 months. Browse our entire list of >low APR credit cards.

Does Equifax ScoreWatch Allow Balance Transfers?

Balance Transfers: N/A*

Balance Transfer Fee: See Terms

Balance Transfer Intro APR: N/A

Balance Transfer Intro APR Period: N/A

Balance Transfer Go To Rate: See Terms

Balance Transfers Explain: So what are balance transfers? Balance transfers are a credit card mechanism that allows you to transfer a credit card from one card to another. Why would you want to do this? Say you have a card with a 15% APR. You can transfer this balance to a credit card with an APR of just 5% (or possibly 0%, please check out balance transfer credit cards for offers like this). When you transfer the balance, you will save a considerable amount of money in monthly fees. The features to look for on a balance transfer card are the Balance Transfer Fees, Balance Transfer Go To Rate (which is the rate after the intro period, and the Balance Transfer Intro APR (the 0% rate)

What are the Cash Advance Terms for Equifax ScoreWatch?

Cash Advance Fee: See Terms

Equifax ScoreWatch Cash Advance Explained: Cash advances, what are they? Are they the same as cash? Cash advance is one of the most expensive ways to get cash from your credit card and we almost always recommend you do not use the cash advance feature of the card. There are very high APRs and fees associated with cash advances. They allow you to get cash by using your credit card instead of a debit card.

Are There Any Transaction Fees for Purchases for Equifax ScoreWatch

For certain prepaid debit cards and some secured credit cards, there are transaction fees for using your card as a debit card or using the card at an ATM to retrieve cash. The fees for this card are as follows:

Debit Card Transaction Fee: $0

Credit Card Purchase Fee: $0

Load Fee: $0

ATM Fee: $0

Activation Fee: $0

Foreign Currency Exchange Fee: See Terms

What Are Card Penalties for Equifax ScoreWatch

If you miss a payment, the APR for cash advances goes to See Terms

If you miss a payment, the APR for purchases becomes See Terms

If you miss a payment, the late fee is See Terms

What credit score is required for Equifax ScoreWatch

Score Required: N/A

Credit Score Explained: To qualify for Equifax ScoreWatch, you need to have a credit score that is N/A. If your credit score is not at this level, we can recommend another credit card that is perfectly suited for your credit score. Click here to browse our credit cards by credit score.