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FreeCreditScore.comThere are three main credit agencies in the country. They are Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion. Each of these credit bureaus collect credit related information from lenders and creditors, and they organize the data into credit files. These credit files, also called credit reports, are offered to both consumers and businesses.
Experian operates a website called FreeCreditScore.com. This site focuses on the consumer market, providing credit management services to those enrolled in its membership program. FreeCreditScore.com offers free credit scores, and a credit monitoring service to its users.
FreeCreditScore.com advertises that its credit score is offered for free. This is true. Users who sign up on the website FreeCreditScore.com do get access to their Experian credit score for free. However, it is important to note that upon registration the user is automatically enrolled into a 7 day free trial into its credit monitoring service. This service monitors the member's credit for each of the three credit bureaus. There's no obligation to keep this credit monitoring service, so if users are dissatisfied during the free trial period, they can cancel the subscription without being charged. Otherwise, service will continue uninterrupted after the trial is over and a monthly fee will be assessed.
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