Are Reviews of NationalCreditReport.com Generally Positive?


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Most online reviews of NationalCreditReport.com are generally negative. The negative ratings, however, are not due to the trustworthiness or accuracy of the credit reports they provide; rather, they are due to the free trial requirement customers must sign up for to obtain a credit report.

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The majority of complaints seen on RipoffReport, Knoji and the Better Business Bureau claim that NationalCreditReport.com requires the consumer to sign up for a free seven-day trial by paying a refundable fee of $1.95, which renews at $14.95 per month if the customer does not cancel the subscription. Generally, these consumers complained that they found it extremely difficult to cancel their trial memberships; they can only cancel the subscriptions over the phone, and customers often experienced long hold times or other difficulties in contacting a representative.

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