How Ordering Your Credit Report Can Help You in Bankruptcy
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The New York Times reports that the Federal Trade Commission is concerned that some sites, like Experian owned FreeCreditReport.com, uses the offer of free credit reports to lure customers to pay a $14.95 monthly service that alerts subscribers to important changes in their credit status. The Times also reports that 9 million people are spending a total of $650 to $700 million annually on Experian's credit reporting services.
Unlike other "free" credit report services, AnnualCreditReport.com is entirely free for your credit reports. NO CREDIT CARD NEEDED! If you want your credit score, it is available for a modest extra charge.
Make sure that free means free.The FTC wants to ensure consumers aren't paying for credit reports that are available for free.
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