I have been trying to get access to a site which offers a free credit report as suggested as a way to save $ on insurance etc but have had a whale of a time finding the site which provides your credit scores for no charge. All the sites that say they offer a "free" credit report seem to actually charge for the service.
Does anyone have the specific site(s) to access your credit scores where there is no charge for the service?
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Freecreditreport.com offers just what it says - a free report of what is on your record. To my knowledge, no one will give you a free credit score.
Actually, you can get a free credit score. All you have to do is apply for a HELOC. When I applied with PENFED last year for one they sent letters to us giving the credit score (DW was higher than mine). I assume this is a common practice for these types of loans.
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