credit reports.

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by OS1, Oct 16, 2001.

  1. OS1

    OS1 Member

    I need to pull credit reports and understand they can be done online and in some cases several reports in one thru several companies.
    Does anyone have advice on which services they've used, which is a better buy, or even if accuracy is an issue.


    GEORGE Well-Known Member
    $12.95 or $38.85 for 4.
  3. OS1

    OS1 Member

    Thanks George, I've checked out the link, but what about the other two Credit Bureaus, is it recommended to get a report from each bureau individually or has anyone had luck with all in one services, or "thisrd party" services.


    GEORGE Well-Known Member


    3rd party? NO
  5. Zaphod

    Zaphod Well-Known Member

    Also check out

    This pulls your Experian report and if free for 30 days. You can pull your Experian report within those 30 days as much as you like and it even gives you a numerical credit value like Fair Issacs. Just make sure you cxl within the 30 day trial though if you don't want to keep the service. It also notifies you within 24 hours of an inquiry or any other activity on your Experian report. Hope this helps!
  6. KHM

    KHM Well-Known Member

    can you cancel it online or do you have to call some high pressured salesperson?
  7. OS1

    OS1 Member

    Thanks, I was considering this service, Have you had any accuracy issues between the "Experian" report and creditexpert's report....or are they the same?
  8. OS1

    OS1 Member

    Thanks, I pulled EQUI today and it looks promising. I also ordered TU which I should receive in two weeks, and I'll be sending a request to EXP due to a recent denial.

  9. roni

    roni Well-Known Member

    Currently, you can cancel it online.

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