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Max Monthly Fee $0
Identity Theft Insurance? No
Triple Bureau Credit Monitoring? No

CreditScore.com Review

What is CreditScore.com?

CreditScore.com is based in Allen, TX and was founded in 1995. Credit monitoring is the process of reviewing your credit reports for accuracy and changes that may be caused by fraudulent activity. You can monitor your credit by yourself or by using a credit monitoring service, such as CreditScore.com.

How much is CreditScore.com?

No, CreditScore.com doesn't charge a monthly fee.

Does CreditScore.com offer free credit monitoring services?

Yes, CreditScore.com offers free credit monitoring services.

Does CreditScore.com offer a free trial?

Yes, CreditScore.com offers the option of a trial for a nominal price. However, check the terms of the trial. Usually, trials require a small fee and auto-renew into a full membership after the trial period.

How accurate is CreditScore.com?

CreditScore.com is as accurate as the information on your credit bureau reports. Only you can tell if the information is incorrect or incomplete.

Your credit reports can differ significantly depending on which credit bureau's data you use. So, it is a good practice to check all three credit reports. However, CreditScore.com only offers access to Experian's credit report.

Credit scores also vary depending on the model used, such as Vantage or FICO 8. CreditScore.com gives you access to your FICO score, which is the model most widely used by lenders.

How often does CreditScore.com update?

CreditScore.com allows you to check an updated version of your credit report monthly.

What features does CreditScore.com offer?

There are many credit monitoring services, free and premium, to choose from. So, you can get picky when it comes to credit monitoring features. Here is a summary of the features CreditScore.com offers.

CreditScore.com Features
Description
Credit Bureau Reporting Experian
Credit Monitoring Features
  • Credit Change Alerts
  • Dispute Help
  • FICO Score Available
  • Free Credit Monitoring
Credit Report Frequency Monthly

Does CreditScore.com offer identity protection?

CreditScore.com does not provide identity protection services.

Does CreditScore.com help with fixing credit report errors?

Yes, CreditScore.com helps dispute incorrect or incomplete items on their credit reports.

Does CreditScore.com help you put a credit freeze on your credit report?

No, CreditScore.com does not help you put a freeze on your credit report. This article provides a detailed step-by-step guide on how you can do it yourself.

How to contact CreditScore.com?

The easiest way to contact CreditScore.com is visit their website and go to their help and support page. You can typically find a link on the footer of their homepage. If you're interested in opening an account, click here.

How to cancel CreditScore.com?

To cancel your CreditScore.com account, log in as you usually do. Go to your profile or account page and request a membership cancellation.

How can I join CreditScore.com?

  1. Visit the CreditScore.com website.
  2. Fill in the enrollment form. You will typically need to provide general financial information, such as your name, Social Security Number, address, annual income, and source of employment.
  3. Check the information is accurate and submit your application.

How does CreditScore.com compare to other credit monitoring companies?

Pros & Cons of CreditScore.com
Pros Cons
  • Experian's credit report.
  • FICO Score available.
  • Helps with disputing errors on your credit report.
  • Free credit monitoring.
  • Only offers access to the data of one credit bureau.
  • Will not help you with freezing your credit report.
  • No free trial available.
  • Does not provide access to all three national credit bureau reports.
  • Does not allow you to check your updated credit report anytime you want.
  • No identity protection available.
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    Feature Breakdown

    Monthly Fee $0
    No Monthly Fees  
    Max Monthly Fee $0
    Credit Bureau Reporting
    • Experian
    Credit Monitoring Features
    • Credit Change Alerts
    • Dispute Help
    • FICO Score Available
    • Free Credit Monitoring
    Credit Report Frequency Monthly
    Access to Credit Report  
    FICO Score Available  

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