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Subject: pulling a credit report
Posted on Thu Jan 07, 2010 1:21 am  

I read on a post here somewhere and could not find it when I came back on about pulling your credit report from three different reporting agencies, sorry I can not find the post. So would someone please tell me how to pull my reports and the names of three reporting agencies, I only know of one.
thank you for your assistance, I have not got the navigation down yet.

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Posted on Thu Jan 07, 2010 3:43 am  

You can go to each of their websites, just good credit reporting agencies or go to them individually. They are experian, transunion and equifax, you can request one free report a year. It is a good idea to pull them and monitor what is going on. You can also get a free report if you are denied credit for any reason. If you want your score then you have to pay for it, but the report itself is free.

If you have any other questions, ask, someone will help you out.

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Posted on Fri Jan 08, 2010 1:02 am  

That is good information. You should try to spread out your three free pulls through the year. One about every few months. This way you can monitor it all year through. there are also sites that let you pull it any time you want for a small price.

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Posted on Wed Mar 10, 2010 2:18 am  

Ok here is the run down:





You can obtain free credit reports once per year here:

I prefer to order reports by phone, the hard copy reports have a better format. More detailed information then the online obtained reports. Plus each report comes with a report # and a dispute phone number so you can get right into customer services if you have any questions regarding information contained on your credit report.

Also if you have current credit cards, your lenders are pulling periodic account reviews and if you know about when they are pulling the reports you can call in the credit reporting agencies and tell them you had been denied credit or suffered adverse action. The credit reporting agency is only going to know a report was pulled, they don't know if anything bad resulted by it. And they will send you a free credit report. You can keep doing this as often as you notice that the creditor accessed a report. Just be sure to call the corresponding credit reporting agency that the lender accessed the report from.
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Posted on Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:00 pm  


annualcreditreport is where we refer our clients to for a free review and report of their credit history.

If u need help reading your credit report our certified credit counselors provide a free credit report analysis to help determine what is doing what to your credit score and how it can be fixed and.or disputed, etc.

Good luck*
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Posted on Sun Apr 14, 2013 3:25 pm  

If you just want your credit ropret totally free go to You can do it once a year. Its safe. They will give you the ropret for free but if you want your score its like $10. All those other free credit ropret companies make you enroll in their BS and it will cost you $.

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Posted on Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:20 pm  

You can take out a free copy of the credit report from one of the three credit reporting agencies. You can take out your credit report from, a free copy once a year.


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Posted on Wed Sep 18, 2013 2:39 pm  

Make sure you are aware of the Fair Credit Reporting Act well. This will help you to keep a tab on your credit report efficiently and find out the inaccuracies as soon as they reported in your reports.

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