01-09-2013 06:10 PM
I just called USAA CMS and they said the unlimited pull version is $22.94. I asked about a 50% off 6-month trial membership, and the phone rep said I need to sign up first for the premium membership first, and then call back to see if there is any discount offer. I'll go w/ EIDT (http://www.eliminateidtheft.com), since it's $12.95.
02-24-2013 04:03 PM
What one site can you order all three reports from?
02-24-2013 10:57 PM
Start with pulling your FREE CR's from (ACR) annualcreditreport.com . they tend to have more info on them, then ones from a 3rd party. The CR's from ACR, come directly from each of the CRA's. You can pull 1 Free CR from TU,EQ and EX every 12 months.
Save your money and Don't Buy the Scores, they are what we call FAKO's.
02-25-2013 12:05 AM - edited 02-25-2013 12:05 AM
If that reply was intended for me, I appreciate it, but I was responding to Guiness56's post on the first page. He mentioned being able to pay for reports from all three bureaus from one site, and I haven't seen that option from annualcreditreport.com. I've already gotten my three free reports for the year from that site, so was looking for info on where to get reports that come directly from the three bureaus, all from one site, whether that be electronically, or in the form of mailed reports. I think I'm sorted now though, as I decided to go a different route, in an attempt to save money and still be able to monitor my reports to the best of my ability. Thanks again though.
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