As I'm watching the numerous TV ads about free credit report. I was wondering which one should I pick. Should I expect to be charged? I'm sooooooo regretting having to open a credit card account (s).
Asked by Anonymous at 12:34 AM on May. 5, 2010 in Money & Work
You can get a free credit report from the government website anyway. You get one from each reporting agnecy each year. You pay a little extra if you want your score, I think $9. But for the TV ones you have to join their service and set up automatic payments from your credit card. This is the site you want...
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Answer by mhaney03 at 8:45 AM on May. 5, 2010
If you use annualcreditreport.com you get one free credit report per year from each of the three credit bureaus. Credit score is a small fee. There is no catch. And it does not harm your credit to check it yourself. It does harm it to open up new accounts or have someone else like a bank or credit card agency check it.
If you use a service that monitors your credit and alerts you to changes or lets you see your report whenever you want, then you have to pay and be enrolled in their program.
Read the fine print before going with any of them.
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