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How can I see all three credit scores?

Dec 01, 2012
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Please do keep in mind that if you are simply crunching score numbers, none of these sites or even Walmart TU monthly score will not be good as different companies pull out different numbers all the time.

These sites are very good for a person trying to repair or a new person learning how to improve, maintain good credit. it teaches the do's and don'ts of credit that were never addressed in school years !  As someone I read in remarks couple of days ago--- don't worry too much about the exactness of these numbers unless you are actually going to make a major purchase anytime soon. In which case following the lessons taught here u will usually have a pretty decent idea which catagory your score might fall under.  depending on that -(for instance -if you think you made some errors in recent credit life hence your score might be low, take advice here - go to lendingclub.com  - they will do soft run-doesn't effect score and will give you report with scores if not qualified. )  if on the other hand u r in the market for a big purchase and based on lessons here - u think you migh have good to great credit, you are allowd a free report once a year from all three .  even without the score you'd have a pretty good idea about your credit rating based on the goods and bads of your credit reports.  (like someone said - scores are only relevent to the company pulling them -u can get different scores simultaniously - and would still have to go with the score that particular company pulled out for you).

Hope this helps.

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How can I see all three credit scores?

Dec 01, 2012
Helpful to 23 out of 25 people

Please do keep in mind that if you are simply crunching score numbers, none of these sites or even Walmart TU monthly score will not be good as different companies pull out different numbers all the time.

These sites are very good for a person trying to repair or a new person learning how to improve, maintain good credit. it teaches the do's and don'ts of credit that were never addressed in school years !  As someone I read in remarks couple of days ago--- don't worry too much about the exactness of these numbers unless you are actually going to make a major purchase anytime soon. In which case following the lessons taught here u will usually have a pretty decent idea which catagory your score might fall under.  depending on that -(for instance -if you think you made some errors in recent credit life hence your score might be low, take advice here - go to lendingclub.com  - they will do soft run-doesn't effect score and will give you report with scores if not qualified. )  if on the other hand u r in the market for a big purchase and based on lessons here - u think you migh have good to great credit, you are allowd a free report once a year from all three .  even without the score you'd have a pretty good idea about your credit rating based on the goods and bads of your credit reports.  (like someone said - scores are only relevent to the company pulling them -u can get different scores simultaniously - and would still have to go with the score that particular company pulled out for you).

Hope this helps.