Don’t Buy Suze Orman FICO Kit Platinum (Yet)

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Suze Orman Show - Maserati DENIED!If you were planning on buying Suze Orman FICO Kit Platinum, just wait a week.

MyFICO is going to announce a 20% sale on Suze Orman’s FICO KIT Platinum next week that will run from February 17th through March 7th. To get $20% off, just use the coupon code SUZEFEB09 after February 17th. The product is normally $49.95 so the 20% off will get it to you for $39.96, a savings of almost ten dollars.

I’m not a huge fan of Suze Orman, whenever I stumble onto her television show it seems like she’s berating someone (probably with good reason), and I don’t know much about the FICO Kit outside of what the marketing materials tell me so I can’t say whether it’s a good deal, 20% off or not. It appears to a tool that helps you maintain good behavior that will improve your credit, rather than a product like MyFICO ScoreWatch, which monitors your credit report and score. It has personalized plans to help you improve your credit, it lists all your credit reports and FICO scores (except Experian, because they pulled out), and it contains a myriad of other tools to help you maintain those good behaviors. Whether or not that’s worth forty bucks is up to you but if you do want it, but it in a week and save yourself ten dollars.

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6 Responses to “Don’t Buy Suze Orman FICO Kit Platinum (Yet)”

  1. thomas says:

    I actually don’t mind Suze. Besides her outrageous outfits, I don’t see myself disagreeing with her suggestions or advice.

  2. Michelle says:

    I am a myFico subscriber, and on 2/4/2009 they sent me an email saying:

    “We were recently notified that effective February 14, 2009, Experian will no longer allow myFICO® to provide Experian FICO® scores to consumers, even though these scores will continue to be used by lenders.”

    So please be informed that you actually WILL be able to pull all 3 and compare data, BUT you won’t be able to compare all 3 credit scores.

  3. Chuck says:

    I’m convinced that all her callers have some kind of Freudian masochistic mother thing going on. Otherwise, why would anyone call and say stuff like, “Well, I’m almost on time with my mortgage payments… I think I can buy a boat, though.” And then they sit there while she tears them a rhetorical new one. Seriously, she never says “yes” to anyone, so why would anyone call?

    • Mia Mamma says:

      Because financially intelligent people who live within their means don’t need to call her. Did you see the show with the family where the dad made $100k per year and the mom spent so much on birthday parties and clothes that they could not afford health insurance for the six kids? Susie told them to move to Seattle and for the mom to get a job at Starbucks. Within a short time of that program’s airing, Starbucks announced multiple store closings and layoffs. I wonder how they’re doing now.

  4. ingrid says:

    I got the book for $8, on thats a deal…

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