What is a trusted website to obtain a credit score from?
I am looking for a quality website to get my credit score from. Anyone know of a trusted one that will only charge me for what I do that don't have a ton of fine print to trap you into other stuff?
I personally use creditkarma.com. It gives me my credit score for free and shows me possible ways to improve it and such.
I use Experian. They have one free credit report (per year I think), and you can pay a fee to get more if you need.
everyone is entitled to one free credit report per year from each of the three major agencies. You can go to annualcreditreport and get a free report there. There might be a small charge (I want to say it was around 7 dollars) to get your score with your report, but if you have the whole thing you can go through and see if all the information is valid etc.
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