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Where did the credit score history cart go? I like to see how my score has changed over the years.

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Its on the Credit Report page, top right side.

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Nomadre

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All I see is where you can pull monthly individual month reports.  Not a graph showing the trend of those months combined like they used to have.

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faidros

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The graph itself disappeard about 6 months ago.

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I too liked this feature, and have looked hard for it.  I do not see anywhere on either the full credit report page or the indivudual TQ, EU pages that shows a trending graph of my credit scores.

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Sorry, the graph disappeared about 6 months ago. :(

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