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I just checked and I have this. My "credit health" is "good," btw. Thanks for asking. I've had the Discover account for a while, but I've been an extremely light user. This looks to me like an enhancement to their website that they will probably roll out to all customers eventually.
To their credit, it doesn't appear that they're using this to try to sell unnecessary credit monitoring services but instead are directing visitors to the govt.-related website through which one can order the legally mandated free credit report from the credit reporting agencies. That's a lot classier than trying to trick people into paying for something they can get for free.
Overall, not a particularly useful feature (lacks detail), but a nice addition to a website that already was quite friendly to those looking for tools with which to manage their debt, spending, credit, etc.
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