The three major credit
bureaus - Equifax, Experian and TransUnion - are required by Federal law
to provide you with a free
annual credit report.
Getting your credit report is free, quick and easy so there is no reason not to exercise that right today.
Be sure to read the article below for valuable information on how to receive yours today.
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I want the lowest interest rate on my next purchase
I need credit for purchases I'll be making in the near future
I want to lower my mortgage payments or get a new mortgage
I deserve the best interest rate on my next vehicle purchase
I want to see what
my future employer/landlord will see
Click the button for your Free Annual Credit Reports
Make sure you carefully read the "terms of service" of the website where you're getting your free annual credit report, as they all tend to be slightly different.
Some will charge a "fully refundable" $1 fee for a 7 day trial period.
If you cancel anytime
within the 7 days your $1 will be refunded and you will not be charged anything
extra. The benefit is you receive immediate access to your credit reports
from each of the 3 credit bureaus all from one website.
If you don't want to be charged a membership fee ranging from $11.95/month to $29.95/month, simply get your reports then cancel your trial.
It's your responsibility to ensure the data on your credit report is accurate.
Even if your credit is bad, knowing what's on your report is step #1 to improvong your credit score.
Isn't it worth a few minutes of your time to ensure you are protected from identity theft and fraud, that you obtain the mortgage you need, that you receive the lowest interest rate on a personal loan, vehicle and consumer purchases and that a potential employer or landlord sees accurate information of how you handle money?
Surely your peace of mind, your quality of life, and protecting all you've work so hard for is worth a little time and effort.
Free credit reports are available under Federal law at AnnualCreditReport.com