I've had a couple of days off and a long-term school commitment just ended, so I've been reading more online things that usual. I followed an FM link in THIS post: Code: http://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/2016/12/30/december-2016-month-in-review/ which led me to a new Chase-backed credit score site. Seems similar to Credit Karma or Credit Sesame, but way fewer features. The site is actually referencing TransUnion, branded with the Chase name. Edit: here is the direct link to Chase's Credit Journey site: Code: https://creditcards.chase.com/creditjourney The one thing this does offer that other sites don't is the count of opened accounts in the last 2 years. Is this Chase's official count? I'm going to hope so, because it's lower than what I manually count from my report directly. Here's a section of my page with 2 personal amounts edited out and my count circled: Manually counting myself, I was "down to" 24, but I counted my AU accounts. Perhaps Chase has adjusted? I see 7 AU account still showing for me. Taking those off MY count makes our counts much closer. This site requires you to enter personal info including the last 4 of your SSN, and does ask you various multiple choice questioned mined directly from your credit report (ex: which of the following streets have you need associated with in the past including a NONE option). This is no different from the other 2 credit monitoring sites I mentioned. One other perhaps important observation. Another link on that page talked about some Chase customers seeing their "offers" at the bottom of the main account screen. I see nothing, but perhaps that's because I HAVE nothing (noting the 15/24 count ). But if you click on the upper-left menu icon in the new interface (it's officially called a hamburger icon for whatever reason), I found an "offers" menu option there. I still have nothing . I am not sure if this list would match what you find by checking in-person. Just pointing it out.