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Get your free credit score and credit report from OneScore App

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Get free credit score and credit report each month? And without any ads or follow-up spam calls later for credit cards or loans? May seem surprising, given the plethora of such apps or websites around, but OneScore has stuck to that promise.

The company is founded by Anurag Sinha, Rupesh Kumar and Vibhav Hathi – all ex-ICICI Bank(ers). Anurag is also a former colleague from Walnut, where he was instrumental in setting up Walnut Prime (Line of Credit for Walnut app users). He’d mentioned his new company and app name when we’d met some months ago, and some of us had checked out the OneScore app at the time.

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Getting the Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card

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Back in October 2018, I’d come across an article in the ET about launch of a co-branded Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card. The article also mentioned that this card would be offered on an invite-only basis, starting with existing customers of the bank (I already have an ICICI Bank credit card). Some of the features and benefits of the Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card are:

– Lifetime Free (no joining or annual fee)
– No surcharge on fuel purchases
– Unlimited Reward Points
– 5% Reward Points on Amazon.in (for Prime members)
– 2% Reward Points on Amazon.in flight bookings, recharges and bill payments
– 1% Reward Points on all other shopping and payments
– Rs.750 cashback on application and approval (for Prime members), added to Amazon Pay balance

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One year at Walnut

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One year at Walnut. Wow. *takes a deep breath* Has a year gone by already? 🙂

Indeed it has, and what a ride it has been! It seems like just a few weeks ago when Amit pinged to say they were looking at expanding their team and wanted to know if I’d be interested to meet up and know more.

I was on a break after my last job and at the time had mostly been freelancing for the past couple of years, so initially expected this to be another freelance / part-time gig but that wasn’t so. Now I’m probably among the rare junta who has *not* worked at a startup in the past few years, so there was just that initial hesitation, but a couple of meetings with him and then with Patan, and I was aboard a week later.

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