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Checking Your Credit Report

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Have you ever considered checking your credit report? You can get a free credit score from FreeScore. com. You will get 24/7 credit alerts, scores, and monitoring from all 3 major bureaus. FreeScore.com will also give you educational information and tips on how to protect your credit and identity.

You will get your credit scores from TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax. By monitoring your credit information, you can protect yourself form identity theft and fraud. With your free trial you will have unlimited access to your credit score, you will get email alerts of credit activity in your name, identity theft restoration service, and more.

Credit Score Vs Credit Report

  • Credit Score is a three-digit “scores” that shows how responsible you are about paying your debts (i.e. credit cards, mortgages, car loans, and other lines of credit).
  • Credit Report is the information the bureaus use to calculate your credit score. They tell about your on-time and late payments.

You want your credit score to be 750 or above. This will help you get lower interest rates,  approval for loans, and lines of credit.

It is a good idea to check your credit report at least one time year. You want to make sure there are no errors on your credit report because this will hurt your credit score. You want to make sure there are no open credit lines that you did not open. Or there could be an outstanding balance on a loan that you did not know about.

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