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I want to check eqifax and experian credit score

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Go to annualcreditreport.com and order all 3 credit reports.  There is a charge for a credit score, however.

You do want to check all 3 credit reports every year and file disputes on any wrong information so that your report and credit score will be accurate.

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Credit.com and Creditsesame.com both give you the Experian score once a month.

Quizzle.com will give you your Equifax report every 6 months but not the score. As far as I know you can't get your Equifax score for free.

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Does credit karma give all, equifx, and transunion crdit scores?

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