[I]t isn’t easy to get and maintain a good credit score. It takes years of good money management to build up a good credit score but it doesn’t take much to damage your credit score. Before you buy a car, secure a home loan or simply apply for credit cards, you need to know what’s on your credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies; TransUnion, Experian and Equifax.
So how do you find out what is in your credit report with these bureaus? In the first of a series of nine Credit Score Resource e-books, Understanding Your Credit Report, we make it easy to find out what your credit score is at no cost to you. Follow our step-by-step instructions to access your credit reports online for free, no strings attached, no hidden fees and no hassles.
In this free download, Understanding Your Credit Report, you’ll find the answers to these important questions about credit and credit scores:
- What are the different types of credit?
- What exactly is a credit report?
- How can I get a free credit report online?
- What are my rights under the Fai Credit Reporting Act?
- What information is included in a credit report?
- What does each section of the credit report mean?
- Why it is important to look at every line in the report?
- Why is there a difference between reports from different agencies?
- And more…
We are committed to giving you great step-by-step instructions in all nine Credit Score Resource e-books. We’ve spent countless hours doing the research to make sure that the information in each Credit Score Resource e-book is up to date and accurate. These nine e-books will help you figure out your financial standing and to understand how all that data fits together to create your credit history. We are truly the only website out there that has no ties to any credit company, and we won’t try to sell you anything, we just give you the facts.
Isn’t it time to start properly managing your hard earned money? Download Understanding Your Credit Report here.
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