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PrimeSeeker
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

If you can't afford to get your FICO, you can get a FREE estimate at the following location:
 
 
It technically can be used to estimate your FICO with any of the CAs, because you manually enter your TL highlights. I use it to estimate my Experian, since I can no longer get it directly.

 

llecs wrote:
Unfortunately, the scores aren't free. The only place where you can pull EQ and TU scores (w/ reports) together is via this website. Unfortunately, EX no longer allows consumers to pull their own FICO score.

Once in a very blue moon, FICO promotions run out there for a free score only for EQ. You'll here about it on here when that happens.

 

 

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joestay
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

So, I order an EX report for free in June of last year and this year, I order it again for free in April.  That's less than 12 months.  Is this okay or will they charge me or something?

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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?


joestay wrote:

So, I order an EX report for free in June of last year and this year, I order it again for free in April.  That's less than 12 months.  Is this okay or will they charge me or something?


Was this through www.annualcreditreport.com?

 

Did they ask you for a credit card number?

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joestay
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

yeah, it was through annualcreditreport.com.  They didn't ask for my credit card.

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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

what will happen if I request my credit report again from annualcreditreport.com?  Will they offer an option to pay?

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joestay wrote:

what will happen if I request my credit report again from annualcreditreport.com?  Will they offer an option to pay?


I haven't tried, but I assume you'll get a notice that you can't get another free one yet...and I'm sure they will give you an option to pay. Remember that you get a free one from each of the three credit bureaus.

 

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joestay
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

I tried to get the free one from TU but was never able to actually get it due to verification problems online.  If I can't get it online, can I tried again within 12 month and still get it for free?

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Jazzzy
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

I would call TU and find out what the problem is with getting it. I hate to see anybody give up a free report.

 

You can get a free copy of your Experian report from Quizzle every 6 months. I get my free reports and then ignore the rest of what they try to sell me.

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joestay
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Re: Can I See My Credit Report Free Of Charge?

The problem is that they can't come up with enough questions to verify my identity base on info in my credit report.

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Just paid EX $8 to file a dispute!! Arghhh:smileymad:


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