As of 2015, individuals may obtain a free credit report by submitting a request through Annualcreditreport.com or calling 877-322-8228, states the Federal Trade Commission. One may also complete an annual credit report r... More »

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Because lenders assess your credit score to determine how much of a financial risk you are, it is vital to stay on top of your credit score and check your credit reports yearly. You simply need a computer with Internet a... More »

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To get a free credit score, navigate to AnnualCreditReport.com, provide the requested information, and view reports from the three major credit reporting bureaus. This is the only source for free credit reports, which is... 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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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 »

In the United States, an individual can receive a free annual credit report from any of the three nationwide credit reporting agencies, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, by calling 877-322-8228, states the Federal Trade... More »

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The three nationwide credit reporting agencies have created a singular website, Annual Credit Report, to offer a free accounting of a credit report from each agency. The report can be filed as a group or at different tim... More »

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