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How can I view and print my actual credit report?

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Go to annualcreditreport.com to get copies of all three credit reports.  This is something we are advised to do annually to make sure all our credit report information is correct.

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You can print your report, but only from a laptop or desktop. Click on Home, then on the left sidebar menu, click on credit reports. You'll then see two gauges that look like speedometer in a vehicle. One is for Trans Union and one is for Equifax. Below each gauge is a link to go to your credit report for that credit bureau. In the top right hand side, click print this report. A new screen will pop up with the credit report in a printable format. Click File > Print from your browser menu. Then go to the other one and do the same thing if you want.

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