My only compaint so far is that it's now an ads page to promote credit cards. On the landing page there are 3 links/suggestions to view rewards cards. Kind of pushy IMO.
I spent so many hours on the previous version that I could fly through the various sections and get pertinent info in a snap.
Anyone prefer this setup so far?
Im not a fan. You have to really know your way around their site, or you might be signing up for something you didn't want, like monitoring. I just caught this recently upon trying to pay for just a report....they can be sneaky
Great offering! My site with Experian has been the new version for some time and it has been interesting. As always, it seems someone sets up a new mouse trap for us. My rule of thumb today: "trust no one" and go from there
I think the Experian site, both the old & new, is a dog's breakfast -- a poorly organized jumble.
And their Identity Protection offering is hopeless -- there's no way to turn off/disable/clear the top 'alert' (the number in a purple circle) if one doesn't want to supply the requested information (and I don't & won't).
Wretched site. Despise it.
(I am fond of the MyFICO site, tho'. Also like the Discover FICO score display -- I think it's elegant).
|EQ||758||6 INQ (3 CC, 2 mort, 1 auto)|
|EX||732||7 INQ (3 CC, 2 HELoan, 2 mort)|
|TU||803||5 INQ (3 CC, 2 mort)|
|4/24||< 7%||AAoA 90-97m | AoYA 3m | AoOA 19y|
Okay, this is weird... I can't seem to find the Experian Dispute website, any longer. When clicking on Dispute, it is forcing a redirect to sign up for their monitoring product.
If they don't fix this nonsense, Experian will be downgraded on my list to last.