Login to IDPS Dashboard with your credentials. On the left navigation click Credit Score History.
Your Credit Score History will display. You can view your data in Chart format or Table Details.
What is your “Credit Score History”
Your credit history is all the information—such as credit accounts, balances due and details of your payment history—contained in your credit report. This information is collected and updated regularly by the three reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion). Your credit report also contains information about bankruptcies, overdue debt from collection agencies, foreclosures, liens and judgments. Whenever you apply for a loan or a line of credit, you authorize your lender to ask for a copy of your credit report. This is how inquiries appear on your credit report.
Your credit score is a numerical calculation based on the information in your credit report. Your credit score is used by lenders to determine your credit worthiness. Your score will go up or down based on your payment history, account balances, new inquiries and a number of other factors.
If a table is displayed below you will see a list of your credit score history. Every 30 days from when you pulled your first credit report or verified your identity, your credit scores will be updated and displayed in the grid below. If you do not see any scores listed it could mean that you have not accessed your credit report or verified your personal data since you purchased services. Click on the Credit Report/Score link on the navigation menu to the left to view your credit report or to verify your identity.
When viewing the chart data, you can click on the Chart legend on the right and remove either Trans Union, Equifax, or Experian from the chart for better viewing.
If you have any questions, please submit a support ticket and an IDPS representative will respond as soon as possible.