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Registered: ‎02-09-2011

Three Score View and Individual Credit Reports

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I liked the idea of the three score view, so I purchased it. I was thinking that I would also be able to click under each CRA to see the credit report for that CRA, but that just brings up the three score view, as well.


It wasn't showing me late payments (I have a couple that should be falling off any time now), which is one of the reasons I wanted to get all three credit reports, but I discovered a "View More" link at the bottom right of each listed account.


Hopefully this info will help anyone else who is struggling to find late payment info.

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Registered: ‎10-07-2013

Re: Three Score View and Individual Credit Reports

try one of the free services like Credit Karma. They have an app you can download. The score is Transunion & their information is pretty accurate.
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