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Proactive Protection Against Credit Fraud With Credit Monitoring

Early signs of credit fraud and identity theft can often be spotted in your credit profile. The problem is that unless you check your credit information regularly, you may not be aware for months that someone opened a credit card in your name, or used your personal information to apply for a loan. That's why automatic monitoring of your credit files provides an ideal "early warning" system, immediately alerting you to new inquiries, just-opened accounts and certain information. By monitoring your credit files each day with FreeScoresAndMore, you could find out about these types of changes quickly, and receive the resources and support you need to address issues.

FreeScoresAndMore offers daily credit monitoring of your credit files at all three major credit bureaus - Experian, Equifax and TransUnion - saving you time and effort. Because your credit information can change daily as lenders and creditors share new information about you, tracking changes to your information at all three bureaus gives you the best line of defense. Once you are armed with this knowledge, you can determine if the information is inaccurate and should be corrected, or if it's a sign of fraud. Upon receiving an alert, you can count on FreeScoresAndMore for the expert support you need to understand and quickly respond.

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Where do you begin once you have your credit scores? For some people, reviewing their scores, let alone fully understanding the details of what they mean, is a daunting task. FreeScoresAndMore gives members access to a toll-free Credit Information Hotline staffed by experienced agents and customer care representatives who are trained in the Fair Credit Reporting Act. They are ready to answer your questions and even help you dispute any inaccuracies you may find.

With these credit professionals available to you, you can gain deeper insights into the impact of your scores and credit information. Talk to live representatives whenever you need to with the Credit Information Hotline. And you can always count on their knowledge to help you understand your credit information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does checking my credit scores through FreeScoresAndMore affect my credit rating?
No, not at all. You're entitled to check your own credit scores as often as you like without any risk of lowering your credit rating. FreeScoresAndMore gives you access to your scores based on your data from each of the 3 major bureaus.

Won't all 3 credit scores be the same, or close?
Not necessarily. That's why checking all 3 of your scores is so important to managing your credit effectively.

What is a good credit score?
Credit scores range from 350 to 850, and your score could differ from bureau to bureau, as creditors do not always report to all three. Typically, a good score is 750 or higher.