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FreeCreditReport.com Review by ConsumerInfo: This site is now pushing Credit Check Total which gives a free credit report with a monitoring trial. Read our FreeCreditReport.com review to get all the details on what this requires and how it works.
The FreeCreditReport.com site is now pushing Credit Check Total - check out our review of the product below for full details:
The FreeCreditReport Product Reviews:
FreeCreditReport.com offers a free credit report when you signup for a 7 day trial of their credit monitoring service - this is priced currently at $14.95/month if you don't cancel within the trial period. With the membership you get unlimited access to your Experian credit report and scores. The service includes daily monitoring of credit activity and it includes a $50,000 Triple Advantage Guarantee - see site for more details.
The CreditCheckTotal website includes a very similar product and service - there is a trial membership required to get access to all 3 of your credit reports and credit scores. This service costs $19.95 for each month you continue the membership. This includes a $25,000 Guarantee which you'll have to visit the site for more details.
These sites are both owned by ConsumerInfo.com which is not affiliated with the new federal program which enables users to get their free annual credit report through a website. These services are both offering trial memberships to monitoring programs. These can come in handy to avoid problems with your credit by spotting them early and helps with your credit privacy.
FreeCreditReport.com Review of Website:
The websites operated by ConsumerInfo we've mentioned are both well designed and easy to use. The contact information of the company is clearly placed on the contact us page. There is a toll free service hotline and it also includes the physical address to contact the company through written correspondence. There are some FAQ pages, but there isn't as much up front about credit info and how it works like the ReliaCredit website that we've reviewed on our site. There may be more information in the members area on how to fix your credit and spot problems with your reporting history.
The FreeCreditReport.com Recommendation:
We recommend the services offered by this company CreditCheckTotal and FreeCreditReport. As long as you cancel before the trial expires - you will get free access to your 3-in-1 reports and scores which is as cheap as it gets! If you don't cancel by the end of the trial you will be charged and it may be difficult to get a refund since they clearly state on the homepage the additional charges if you don't cancel. Just stay on top of it and remember to cancel if that is your intention. The monitoring could come in handy though...so give it a try!
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