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Consumers can obtain free credit reports without having a credit card, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The national credit reporting agencies - Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion - do not ask for a credit card ... More »

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To obtain your credit score for free without entering a credit card number, visit Annualcreditreport.com, which is the only website authorized by the U.S. government to issue free annual reports, as of 2014. Other sites ... More »

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Credit Karma monitors a person's credit by obtaining credit report information from TransUnion, a major credit report agency in the United States, according to the company's website. It provides a free credit monitoring ... More »

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To get a free annual credit report, visit AnnualCreditReport.com, the centralized website for obtaining consumer credit reports from the three nationwide credit reporting agencies, according to the Federal Trade Commissi... More »

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The Premiere One credit card offered by First Premiere Bank of South Dakota was fraudulently marketed to consumers as a credit card when it was actually a stored-value debit card, according to the Federal Trade Commissio... More »

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Protect your credit card number by not lending your card to others, watch it during transactions, and carry it in a safe place, reports the Federal Trade Commission. Avoid giving your card number over the phone to unveri... More »

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If a credit card is hacked, the cardholder should immediately contact the financial institution that issues the card and report the suspicious activity, according to Consumer Action. The cardholder should report the card... More »

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