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I just signed up today. I heard that you can view all three reports at any time and they are current. Is this true and if so, how do you do that? Do you just go on there and "view credit report" and it gives yoou an updated one?
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overwhelmed wrote:
I just signed up today. I heard that you can view all three reports at any time and they are current. Is this true and if so, how do you do that? Do you just go on there and "view credit report" and it gives yoou an updated one?


Today yes...
 
Tomorrow and in the future you have to click view credit, then credit reports, then click update credit report on the right side middle of screen.

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Thanks!!
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