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EXPERIAN REPORT
I received the Equifax and Transunion credit report but not the Experian Credit Report and Score. How can that be obtained for free as well. Please assist.

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Credit Karma does not have info on Experian, you can go directly to the Experian website to get instruction on how to obtain your free credit report from them. Here is the direct link for what you are looking for http://www.experian.com/assistance/free-annual-credit-report.html

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you can get the report by going to thier website and getting your yearly free credit report. as for the score.  thats more difficult.  there are other services that use experian for thier data.. but I am prob not supposed to list them here as they are competitors.  youll have to do a google search.

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