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Archie



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Subject: Free Credit Report
 
Posted on Tue Nov 10, 2009 5:27 pm  

Why are there so many free credit report score offers that do not include Alaska into there credit report?
fireyone



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Posted on Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:33 pm  

Hi Archie, I never knew they did not include Alaska. Is this your place of residence? Watch what credit sited you are visiting. The one advertised non stop with the kid singing "free credit report.com baby" is being sued. I would go to annual credit report.com and get my report from there. It does not have a fee assocaited with it unless you want your score. You are entitled to one free pull from each of the three bureaus per year.
Margaret



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Posted on Sun Nov 15, 2009 4:00 pm  

I think as there is no any company who provides free copy of credit report. yOu should be careful if you came accross such advertisement through internet. Such online reports may be misguidng you.

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American consumers, including Alaska residents, can obtain a truly free copy of their credit report once every twelve months by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com

This website is sponsored by the three major U.S. credit reporting agencies-
1) Equifax.
2) Experian.
3) TransUnion.

In response to a law passed by Congress requiring the credit bureaus to provide consumers with a free copies of their credit reports once every year. Each of the three agencies maintain separate credit information, and each will generate its own credit report. You can request all three of your credit reports at once, allowing you to cross check the information on the three reports, or you can request them one at a time over the course of the year, so you can keep an eye on new information appearing in your credit files. If you are planning a large purchase in the near future and need to maximize your credit score, comparing all three reports is probably a good idea. However, if you simply want to monitor your credit reports, then you should probably pull one report every few months to check for new items.
Margaret



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Posted on Sun Nov 15, 2009 4:01 pm  

annualcreditreport.com will not provide you with a free credit score. However, the bureaus will provide you with your credit score for a relatively small fee when you request a copy of your credit report. While you may be able to obtain a credit score from one of the “free” commercial sites, I recommend that you pay the small fee to obtain your credit score directly from the credit bureaus rather than enrolling in a “free trial” offer, which could end up costing you a lot more money.

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