10-12-2012 08:56 PM
i ordered by mail my credit report from experian in august
i got it in the mail 10 days later.
i can view my report also online by logging onto the experian website and typing in the report number
what is strange is that when i do that, i don't see my august report, it lets me see my current report from october. is that normal ?
shouldn't i be able only to see the report of august ? i see that september is showing up as OK on all my credit lines
So from now on i can access every month this report and it will show me an updated report
how come it's like that ?
10-13-2012 07:46 AM
10-13-2012 10:34 AM
10-15-2012 04:32 PM
Be careful, and watch your bank statements. I ordered a "free" report from Experien (some time ago) and declined the monthly watch feature. Lo and behold, next bank statement there was a charge for a monthly watch item. Zing! I had to call and complain and get them to remove it. Evil people!
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