Can I get my credit report more than once in a year?

Answer Federal law entitles each person to receive her credit report once per 12-month period from each of the three major credit bureaus for free. However, you may obtain your credit report more than onc... Read More »

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How do I legally see my credit report once a year?

Your credit report is a document that current and potential creditors use to evaluate how likely you are to repay debts. Credit reports are also used by creditors in determining the outcome of an a... Read More »

How do I receive my free credit report once a year?

OnlineGo to the free annual credit report website (see Resources section) and select your state on the homepage. Complete the required personal information and you will be able to view your credit ... Read More »

What year is the Free Credit Report pirate commercial from?

The pirate commercial was released in 2007. The commercial features Canadian-born actor Eric Violette. Although Violette lip-syncs in the ad, he has his own band called God Aga... Read More »

How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on your credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report that are accurate will remain for seven years, with the exception of a bankruptcy, which will be reported for 10 years. The entries will remain on your report... Read More »