Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Credithelp, Aug 16, 2001.

  1. Credithelp

    Credithelp Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know if does a hard or soft inquiry? They offer a credit monitoring Service of your Equifax report for $79.00 and it's a 30 day free trial. I don't want to get this service if they add a hard inquiry on my report. Thanks!
  2. jmart

    jmart Well-Known Member

    I would recommend over offer alot more at the same price...with a 30 day trial also..
  3. Credithelp

    Credithelp Well-Known Member

    I have Creditexpert too but that's only for my Experian report. Im looking for my Equifax.
  4. Mist

    Mist Well-Known Member

    You are better off with Equifax's CreditWatch or ScorePower products. ConsumerInfo did put a hard inquiry on my Equifax. I have to try to have it removed or recoded now. I've been procrastinating on trying to have that done but I'll let the board know if I have any trouble.
  5. the other

    the other Well-Known Member

    They never put a hard inquiry on my report. The only good thing about the service is that you can get your report as often as you want. It is not instant though. You get the report a couple of days or so after you request it. The monitoring part is horrible.

    It is definitely not worth that amount of money.
  6. kevinw01

    kevinw01 Well-Known Member

    Hello There,

    I would like give a feedback about which is the same as qspace they merge.... here's what happen take forever to get you free credit report after you join their service and also they rip people off by charging the full $79 even though I saw this from a cap1 website.... besides that they are very rude to the customers... I recently order my new equifax report through qspace.... and they charge my card and posted on the statement already and yet they are only showing my old report from last month I call and talk to a manager and they told me that there website is down so that's why it happen like that oh well I wasted $12.95 for that....

    My advice close this service and use something like Truecredit for experian or Transunion...... Privista for Equifax.... forget and qspace.... run far...

  7. KristyW

    KristyW Well-Known Member

    I agree. I used to have them as advertisors (both qspace and consumerinfo). Readers complained alot, and they took about 90 days to pay me for advertising. They were extremely rude, even via email. I terminated our relationship and still get sales calls from them!
  8. themyles

    themyles Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have the 800 number for consumerinfo I made the mistake of signing up because I thought I had 30 days free.

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