Free Credit Report
Protect your reputation.
Lenders use your credit report to decide whether they should give you a loan, and how much they should charge you for it. Errors in your report could affect your auto insurance rates, your ability to rent an apartment or even your chances of getting a new job.
It’s free and easy.
Each of the three major credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion) must provide you with one free credit report annually. For more information on ordering your credit report, including a breakdown of the timetable for different states, visit Annual Credit Report.
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