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$300, $300, $300 for a Student FICO Over 750

by Larry Chiang on May 11, 2015

UPDATE: #cs183creditScore is a subroutine. The exact process to get to a FICO score over 750 as a student undergrad in college

By Larry Chiang

I have received some text questions to about “A Celebration and Party to Commemorate Zero College Students Dropping Out”
Quoting the article:
– Banks pay $300 per new lead.
– students get $150 for 6, on-time payments and another $150 when they hit 24 on-time payments (which is a FICO of 750
– the $300 is held in #InternalEscrow inside one of 3000 branch locations


So banks pay $300 per new credit card account Duck9 opens.
Duck9 executes it’s FICO preparation via 24 perfect interactions with #ExpTransFax. Internal escrow is where the money is deposited earmarked for the student credit card holder. Yup, the credit line is $300 too.
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