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Wells Fargo Online® customers can get easy access to their FICO® score. Learn how.*
* You must be the primary account holder of an eligible Wells Fargo consumer account with a FICO® Score available, and enrolled in Wells Fargo Online®. Eligible Wells Fargo consumer accounts include deposit, loan, and credit accounts. Other consumer accounts may also be eligible. Contact Wells Fargo for details.
Please note that the score provided under this service is for educational purposes only and may not be the score used by Wells Fargo to make credit decisions. We may use other FICO® Score versions and other information when you apply for credit. There are many factors that Wells Fargo looks at to determine your credit options; therefore, a specific FICO® Score or Wells Fargo credit rating does not necessarily guarantee a specific loan rate, approval of a loan, or an automatic upgrade on a credit card.
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