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HOW DO I SHARE MY CREDIT REPORT?

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If you're talking about sharing it here in our forum, don't. We don't share our reports with each other. If you're talking about printing it out or emailing it to somebody (like a potential landlord), you can do that. Go to your home page. Just under your scores in blue text it says "Go to Your Transunion [or Experian] Report." Click on that to go to your report. In the upper right-hand corner there is a printer icon you can click on to print, and it also puts it into a format that allows you to highlight the entire thing at once and copy/paste. 

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Actually you first have to go to your home page, and on the left hand side, third item down, is "credit reports." Click on that, and it again shows you the gauges with your two credit scores. Under these are the links to the individual reports. 

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