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[22 Jan 2020 | No Comment | 1,722 views]
How Free Credit Scores Work

There are a lot of free credit score offerings out there, and many can be useful, but there are a few things consumers need to know when looking up their credit scores. Some scores are educational — meaning creditors do not use free credit score formulas for making lending decisions — but they can still inform you whether you have good or bad credit.

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[14 Jan 2020 | 2 Comments | 5,363 views]
Best Places to get FICO Scores for Free

Your FICO Score is a very important indicator of how well you’re doing credit wise. FICO Scores can be retrieved at a small cost but there are some ways to obtain your credit report and sometimes your score for free.

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[21 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 3,700 views]
Wells Fargo Credit Report Promotion Returns in 2015

Wells Fargo in 2015 should become one of the major credit card issuer to provide Free FICO Credit Scores to customers every month. Bank of America and Chase Bank have said that they’re considering doing the same — giving free credit scores to customers.

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[19 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 2,351 views]
Free Yearly Credit Report

Get My Free Credit Report — Find your credit score instantly, by requesting your free credit report with no credit card needed from all 3 major credit bureaus. Strike back against identify-theft by obtaining your credit history and working to remove errors in your data. Take the first step towards repairing your credit history today!

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[14 Dec 2019 | No Comment | 4,716 views]
Free Access to Credit Scores Act

Free Access to Credit Scores Act — Consumers already have the ability to request their free credit report once a year, but a credit report does not include your credit score. These two items are often confused to be the same, which they are not. You generally must pay to see your credit score — it’s a three-digit grade that predicts how risky you are to a lender.