We have updated and expanded our credit guides to help you prevent identity theft, improve your credit score and monitor your credit file.
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Your credit score might not be the most important thing about your credit profile. Your credit report should matter to you more than your score.
How is a credit score figured? Where does the information come from? The answer is that information from your credit score is based on what’s in your credit report.
Credit is a huge part of your financial health. But how do you know if a source of credit score information is truly free? Here are some resources to help you get access to truly free credit information.
Many people argue that using your credit history isn't always fair -- especially when it's used for non-loan purposes. Fair or not, though, your credit history is your financial reputation, and you need to protect it.
Google the term “credit report,” and you’ll face an overwhelming number of options, including claims that offer access to the “secrets” contained in your credit report “for free.” But can you really obtain free credit information?