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Annualcreditreport.com

Hi all,

 

Today I helped my father pull his credit report from annualcreditreport.com and as we were looking at his transunion report the browser crashed and exited out of the report. Now my question is can we retreive it to see the reports again? I ask this because it says can only get it once for free every 12 months.

 

would appreciate some input, thanks.

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Re: Annualcreditreport.com

Did this myself a few months ago.  Sign-up for a free account (using your fathers info)  at Transunion.com and you can access it from there...it will know you just ran a report and pull it up for you.

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Re: Annualcreditreport.com


Skidoorcng wrote:

Did this myself a few months ago.  Sign-up for a free account (using your fathers info)  at Transunion.com and you can access it from there...it will know you just ran a report and pull it up for you.


thanks Skidoorcng,

 

will this pull up all three bureaus? Or do I have to register an account on Equifax and Experian as well?

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