Is the sense monitor worth it?
Cool device and very accurate at detecting overall energy usage but individual device detection is hit & miss at best. I have had it for 3 months and it helps me monitor my overall home electricity usage in real time. It does an ok job detecting some appliances but a poor job detecting others (more on that below).
Does sense actually work?
Sense is proven to be 99.5% accurate, compiling millions of measurements every second to provide useful, up-to-the-minute data about your home's and appliances' energy consumption. Sense also identifies trends by day, week, month and billing cycle to demystify nebulous electric bills and show you ways you can save.
Where is sense com located?
How can I check what's using electricity?
To get specifics regarding your energy usage, you only need one tool, really: an electricity usage monitor that tells you exactly how many kWh a device or appliance is drawing. The monitor can be as simple as a "plug load" monitor that plugs into an outlet; then you plug the device/appliance into the monitor.
How do I cancel my ScoreSense membership?
To cancel your ScoreSense subscription, follow these 3 easy steps:
- Dial 1 (800) 972-7204 to connect with the customer support team.
- Ask the customer support representative to cancel your subscription.
- Alternatively, contact customer support at [email protected]
Is ScoreSense a legitimate site?
ScoreSense has a consumer rating of 4.23 stars from 930 reviews indicating that most customers are generally satisfied with their purchases. Consumers satisfied with ScoreSense most frequently mention credit report, good experience and customer service. ScoreSense ranks 1st among Credit Reports sites.
Does ScoreSense use FICO or Vantage?
ScoreSense offers access to the credit reports mentioned below. Credit scores also vary depending on the model used, such as Vantage or FICO 8. ScoreSense gives you access to your FICO score, which is the model most widely used by lenders.
What is considered a good credit score?
Although ranges vary depending on the credit scoring model, generally credit scores from 580 to 669 are considered fair; 670 to 739 are considered good; 740 to 799 are considered very good; and 800 and up are considered excellent.