Staggering Free Credit Report Requests

There were comments on the Webby site about free credit reports. Dave Ramsey says you should stagger the requests; so that, once every four months, request one report per consumer reporting agency. Thus, you will be able to to keep an account of the activity on your account throughout the year. Don't request all three at once, or you have used up your annual free credit reports.

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By fieednabra from Memphis, TN


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Staggering Free Credit Report Requests

I Have a question: When I want to get a "Free" Credit report. I have to sign-up for some credit "alert" before I get a "Free Report". I think this is unfair. They say" That I can after 30 days drop the service.Why should I have to do This

(b)Editor's Note:(/b) It should be free, no strings attached. Which one did you apply for and we'll check into it. (06/02/2006)

By Art, Brookings SD

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