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How can I see all three credit scores?
I was wondering if you could get all three credit scores on this website? If not where can I do that for free?
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focus on things that effect scores

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As a credit analyst, I can tell you many institutions are no longer just looking at your scores. We're in some trying times and there's not too many people who don't have some sort of blemish on their credit reports. If you simply focus on the following few things, your credit scores will improve naturally.

[1]: Never miss a payment

[2]: Never use more than 30%-40% of your avail credit (ie. $450-$600 on a $1500 line)

[3]: Monitor your credit for free by spreading out your request to the 3 reporting agencies.

      (ie. request Trans Union in March, Equifax in July and Experian in November)

[4]: Avoid only making minimum payments. First and foremost you'll ultimately pay much more for all your purchases due to the heavy interest. Secondly, in the times we're in, creditors will begin reducing your available credit by cutting your lines. (I do it everyday).

You want to try and make at least what we call "B" and "C" payments. Paying in full is always best but at times you may not be able to do that. Use the payment guide below:

M = Minimum payments

A = More than minimum, less than double

B = At least double, less than triple

C = At least triple, less than quadruple

D = at least quadruple, less than 5x minimum

E = At least 5x minimum, less than full

F = Full payment

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very helpful summary.  thank you!

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I have always made every payment on time. This site shows my payment record as 100%. I normally have credit balances in the proper ranges using my existing accounts properly for all my purchases. That is 3 to 8 thosand dollars at any given time. Then when the due date approaches, I pay the statement balances in full so I never pay interest. I own 15 properties and I operate three businesses and I am a salaried professor at a local community college. I will make around 100,000 dollars this year but my score on this site remains around 703. I don't get anything from your reccomendations.

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Thank you! I will definitely pass this information on to my husband. He would not take my advice when I conveyed to him regarding his credit card utilization. His is at 88%. His credit score was lowered. 

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Thanks for your help.

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JiJu5r33 is correct on where to get the scores for free

However, To clarify all of this regarding the law and what they must provide...  There is a difference between your credit REPORT and credit SCORE

your reports must be available to you annualy from each agency for free.

However, your SCORE (which is variable between the 3 agencies, and only when looking at all 3 scores can you determine your overall score) is only required to be presented to you when an agency is using it to determine qualifications for a loan (and they may charge you to get it).   

No where does your score ever HAVE to be given to you for free, only the report of the agencies which is used to determine your score.

In other words, if you want to know your score for free

Sign UP for free for ... Creditkarma.com , Creditsesame.com , and equifax.com/creditscorecard  

Consider the Lowest Score your actual score used by Banks, if it's way off from the others, contact that agency to get a report and have them correct it.

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In otherwords, ALL YOUR ADVERTISING IS NOTHING MORE THAN A DIRECTED LIE because it only used PART of the TRUE FACTS in a directed manner such that whomever hears its believes they are receiving ALL and not just PART of the information under consideration.

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Free FICO scores are now avaialble:
http://money.cnn.com/2013/11/04/pf/fico-scores/index.html

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You saj free, but the first thing that pops up when you go to the equifax website you have listed is that there is a charge of $15.95.

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It looks like Equifax has stopped giving away the free score

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Jabrn

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 You can call each credit company and get one free report annually. It will not include a score. You can sign up on "Freecreditscore.com", and get all three reports and scores. This is a free seven day trial. You can print your info or simply save it on your computor. Make sure you call the toll free number by the sixth day and cancel. If it goes to the seventh day they have already charged you their going rate. You can then take your time and go through everything and write out anything you want to dispute. Make sure you have all your facts in order, and then call the particular credit company and tell them you need to dispute something on your credit report. Sometimes they will verify your claim, and sometimes, depending on what it is and how long it has been on your report, they will go ahead and delete an item from your report. I have done this and found that it is the simplest and easiest way to get your scores and get your report corrected. Also, it will not cost you a dime. Also, just so everyone knows, most creditors will use your middle score.

Good luck to all

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Apparently, they have changed the policy at freecreditreport.com - you can get just the Experian report for the 7-day trial period, or $2.95. The site is owned by Experian. After I gave them all my info, the only way I could see to get the 3 agency report was to pay the $39.95 (less the $8 member discount). They will charge your credit card immediately. Now I have to figure out how to cancel the membership because I don't want anything but the credit reports I am entitled to by law.

I just logged on to annualcreditreport.com and it appears to be legitimately free. I'll let you know if that turns out to not be true.

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Very true..Ive done this in the past. The service is worth keeping the  if you need to keep an eye on your credit for whatever reason. Help me out alot..and didnt have to go through any hassles when it came down to disputing with the credit card companys...They just came off my credit without having to write letters to them. All in a click of a button.

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Cjajfire

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Extremely helpful. Thank you so much!

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Dark52506

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Www.annualcreditreport.com gives you all 3 for free as many times a yearvas you would like no credit card or trial! And best of all its regulated by gov so no worries about info security

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thank u jabrn

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I did this with freescreditscore.com, and after a couple months, a charge started being taken out of my checking for 29.95.  When I called they claimed it wasn' them, even though I knew it was.  After calling the bank and filing a dispute, I was told I agreed to the monthly fee.  I had to call back and fight with them over and over about never agreeing or signing anything about a $30 fee every month out of my checking.  They refunded me some of the $ and said they withdrew me.  However, they continued to charge me and I had to keep calling and calling and calling to fight with them every month to take the charge off & cancel.  They kept saying they would but never did.

Be careful with them!

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Thanks, Jabrn,

I have been told to do this before.  I will begin this process myself and be more diligent in my efforts.

Lil

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www.annualcreditreport.com   Gives you all three for free once a year. It's legit, so don't worry. My sister let me know about it when I went to check on it  last summer when I applied for a mortgage and they said my credit was poor.  Transunion, Equifax, and Experian.

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thegrunt286

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annualcreditreport.com does not give you a score...only provides you with a credit report.  You have to pay extra for a score for each one.

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annualcreditreport.com is not free.  You get a free report from all 3 companies but the score costs $8.95.

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No you do get all three for free and you can either save it or print it at the same time.  Annualcreditreport.com is free, I do it every year and has been doing it every year since I can remember.  The only thing that annualcreditreport.com don't give you is a credit score.  If you want that, you either need to go to www.creditkarma.com or you need to send a letter to each credit companies with an authorization of who you are and send id and they they do change, very little, and they will send you a copy of your credit report and also your credit score.

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The site is helpful if you are just looking for your credit report, however, if you want to see your credit score they charge you a seperate fee. In my case, I am just looking to find a site that will show all 3 scores for free. Thanks for the info though, at least now I know where to look for my reports.

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jiju5r33

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annual credit report gives you just credit report for free, you can get it free from any one of the 3 agencies if you are smart enough, please understand credit report and cred score are 2 DIFFRENT sides of a coin. Like head and tail. Like trunk and hood of your car

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I found that one of the reporting agencies (cant remember which one) askes for information to prove your identity. For example : between 2009 and 2011, the building that you lived in was built in a: 1955 b:1915 c:1972 or d:2000. I lived in a couple of places those years, so there wasn't a right answer. If you answer wrong, they want you to send in written documents to prove your identity i.e. Full social sec. number, mothers maiden name and date of birth. Basically all the info needed to succesfully steal identity if fell in wrong hands. Ohh well.

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correction- that is freecreditreport.com

ANNUALcreditreport.com is the only place besides going to the credit reporting agencies themselves to gain your once per 12 month calendar legal right to your credit report under the Fair Credit Reporting Act

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Er.... oh well, it still tells you some highly important info that may help you out in the long run. It's been almost a year since I was on there so I don't even remember if it told me somewhere what my credit scores were. Still....  and for the record, a VW Beetle can contradict the latter part of your statement. The hood is the trunk, while the trunk is where the engine is. lol

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this is a credit report not credit scores

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Credit SCOREs and credit REPORTs are different. A credit report is a detailed analysis of all your credit card accounts and loans, along with any negative marks (collections, overdue payments, etc.) A credit score is a snapshot of your "financial health". 

Credit reports are free (one free report per agency per year) from annualcreditreport.com as mentioned by others. Credit scores are almost never free (exept for credit karma of course!), and some other websites as mentioned above. You can get a free credit score (sometimes) when you apply for credit, i.e. when you apply for a credit card or a loan. Of course it is not a good idea to apply for credit simply to get your score. Credit SCOREs cost money (normally from $3-$12).

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All three companies will ask for that information when you sign up to get your report.  They have to make sure you are you.

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THEY ALL MAKE YOU MAIL IN YOUR REQUEST AND THE PROCESS CAN NOT BE DONE ON THE INTERNET NOW.  They also require you to mail them several forms of additional ID to get your report.

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elissa2910

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How much did it cost?

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narouspk

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www.annualcreditreport.com does not allow free credit score. Only free credit report.

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shayna02

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Thank you...guess where i'm going now ????

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good one.....

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lol @ Beetle you are right

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That was great !!!

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Thank you, darling!

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creditkarma.com is the bomb for a no strings attached "FREE", truly, free credit score.  Hats off to you guys!!  Thank you.  

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I agree.  Since I've been on Credit Karma, I've implemented suggestions which increased my credit score by 55 points.  Great site and wonderful information.

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I agree and so far it is the safest to use. 

Lil

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Credit Karma is a great site. I just have one complaint...I can't get my FICO score here. That's the score I truely need right now.

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It would be if they updated info - my balances are all wrong as is my score!

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I don't agree. My store credit cards changed banks and CreditKarma figures my scores as if I closed and account and opened a new account, as well as shortened by credit history. My score just dropped fifty points in a year w/ 7% debt ratio, five years of credit, always pay off bill in full for small purchases, in a few months for large purchases, never late. My score is FAIR because of the closed/opened accts that I had nothing to do with. My friend is an exec in a credit company and said that REAL credit scores disregard closed/ opened accts when store cards change banks.

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I like credit karma also, but they do only give you an average of the 3 scoures. Not the actual scores. At least thats the way its been unless they recently changed.

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Except for the fact that updating creates a hard inquiry.

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creditsesame.com for Experian score, You can only update it once a month 

credit.com for Transunion score, You can only update it once a month

quizzle.com for for Experian score, You can only update it once every 6 months.

kreditkeeper.com let you have 30day trial for all 3 scores,

havent found any free score site for Equifax yet

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Credit.com is Experian as well, not TransUnion.

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I tried to setup an account with credisesame but it can't verify my address.  I've lived here for 20 years.  I checked, double-checked and triple checked with no luck.  I even tried putting in just a PO box that  I use for mail as well as my former home address of 20 years ago.

It's no wonder Experian has given me low marks in some reports.  They don't know who I am.

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credit.com is experion not transunion. Credit Karma is Transunion

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Glad to see creditkarma.com is now using Transunion AND Experian and i think these days these are the 2 most used credit agencies by creditors.

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I tried signing up with creditsesame.com and it says I have no score, which certainly isn't true.

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Do they take points off

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Are these inquiry hard pull? Will they reduce my credit score?

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 Folks - please!  The credit score from whatever source is an arbitrary number depending on who is doing the scoring and what (i.e. auto, home, credit card, personal loan, etc.) they are scoring.  Even in FICO land there are many differenct "scores" for the same person with the same info.  What your score is - is totally unimportant unless you are planning on purchasing something on credit.  Reviewing your credit report is a different story - it should be done annually or more frequently if you suspect ID theft.  To win the finance game you must eliminate as much debt as posssible and then stay out of debt - forget about your credit score - it has no meaning and certainly never pay for a score.

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excuse me this is not an arbitrary number it isnt if you are just trying to purchase somethng it is also used if you just want to rent an apartment so dont speak about things if you dont know all the facts thank you

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I agree that most people should avoid debt though the people who actually "win the finance game" are the people who use debt to their advantage. I'm sure there's few self-made billionaires who didn't use other people's money to get rich.

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As frustrating as it is, being held captive to capitalism, if you eff up your score like I did it could keep you from getting an apartment, a car, a house, or even a job!

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what a moron..then why are you even here if scores mean nothing ...go surf some porn!

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Get a Walmart card and they give you a free TU FICO once a month. MyFICO gives an Equifax FICO score but does charge $15 or so month if you dont cancel within 10 days. Those are the scores creditors look at not FAKO scores like here. The TU score here is usually within 30 points of the FICO score so its an estimate is all. FICO scores are what count. Mortgage and auto loans look at FICO numbers only. Discover is $10 monthly to get a score from all 3. And scores differ from the 3 due to not everything gets reported to all 3. You can have a collection on TU that was never reported to the other 2. My TU score here is near 100 points lower than my Experian score through Discover. And something i have noticed is Equifax FICO is used more often than TU FICO. I have 6 more inquiries on my report from CC, Mortgage and auto.

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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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I have a walmart card and my score changes all the time for no reason.  I called TransUnion and they stated they are not associated with FICO or Walmart and the score is incorrect.  He wouldn't tell me my exact score but he gave me a range and it was much higher than the score reported on my statement.

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I will share something I discovered and used montly. You can go to lending club.com they will run a soft inquiry and if you are denied you will be given what appears to me to be your true fico there and the sight and mail you a copy. Does not affect score. Not sure if same happens if you are approved, as I am still repairing my credit.

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try www.scorenavigator.com......the site tells you who you owe,gives you your score and tells you how many points the good and bad accts are costing you on the report,then if you want to go further with it......www.crednology.com can help you manage and monitor your files for a year...help remove negative and improve the good .......try them both...............free on line evaluation with crednology.com site......

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Try creditsesame.com for Experian score. You can only it updates once a month.

CreditKarma uses Transunion- Credit Sesame uses Experian - if any has site to share for Equafax please leave a message.

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Quizzle uses Experian, not Equifax. But, you can get your estimated credit score range from Equifax for free. Google Equifax Credit Score Card.

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Quizzle.com is free and it shows use Equifax, the only down fall is that it doesn't update monthly. I think it updates every 6 months. If you want the montly update it will cost you to upgrade their service. Also Credit keeper.com has a free trial period in which it shows all 3 scores plus credit report. After the trial period ends, you will be charged $9.99 a month, it updates your score every month. It will tell you when you have new alerts on your account and you can see new alerts pretty often as they occur. 

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There aren't any sites out yet using Equifax. Probably won't be for a while. They have really become proprietary over their info. But if you run your yearly FREE credit report through Equifax they do offer a FREE Equifax scorecard. It doesn't give you the exact number, only a score with a range of: Bad, Poor, Fair, Good, Excellent.

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