It is very important for you to check your credit report on a regular basis. Not only can it help you get the credit you deserve and save money, it can also be your "first line of defense" against identity theft.
You can now receive a free credit score from a variety of sources. Here are two sources for your credit history:
You can receive a free credit score and credit summary with enrollment in a free 7 day credit monitoring service. Consumers can get all three for free for 7 days and there is no obligation to remain on the credit monitoring service past the trial period, although it is recommended that you monitor your credit on an ongoing basis.
You can receive a free credit report from each of the three credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax) once per every 12 month period under the new FACTA law at www.annualcreditreport.com It is important to be aware that this free credit report does not include a free credit score.
For your convenience, you can go directly to the "Credit Action Center" below to receive your free credit score, or credit rating as it is often termed.
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