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Free Credit Score.com Review

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product.

Our Verdict

Free Credit Score.com is a great place to do research on your credit score as well as finding information on managing debt.

For

  • Free Credit Score.com offers an identity theft protection in addition to scores from the three major credit bureaus.

Against

  • Free Credit Score.com does not offer any type of fraud alerts or security freezes.
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This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Personal Profile provided by Experian. From this screen you can also dispute information in your profile such as your name, address, and DOB.

This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Personal Profile provided by Experian. From this screen you can also dispute information in your profile such as your name, address, and DOB.
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This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Credit Summary provided by Experian. From this screen you can monitor your credit history from all three reporting agencies.

This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Credit Summary provided by Experian. From this screen you can monitor your credit history from all three reporting agencies.
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This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Public Record provided by Experian. This page displays information about any court occurrences involving your credit accounts.

This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Public Record provided by Experian. This page displays information about any court occurrences involving your credit accounts.
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This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Inquiry History provided by Experian. An inquiry occurs each time a creditor requests a copy of your credit report.

This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Inquiry History provided by Experian. An inquiry occurs each time a creditor requests a copy of your credit report.
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This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Account History provided by Experian. This report tracks all of your credit accounts.

This image shows a sample of the FreeCreditScore.com Credit Report Account History provided by Experian. This report tracks all of your credit accounts.

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been replaced by another product. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.

The best thing about FreeCreditScore.com is that, along with their credit report services, they provide credit score monitoring from all three credit bureaus and offer identity theft protection that includes the $50,000 Triple Advantage Guarantee (as long as you don’t live in NY).

In addition to offering credit scoring and monitoring services, FreeCreditScore also offers loan services for home purchase, refinancing, auto loans, and even debt consolidation. This service is offered through LowerMyBills.com, which is also an Experian company. We strongly recommend researching loan servicing sites prior to application.

As an extra feature, FreeCreditScore.com offers a Resource Center that includes newsletters, articles, and debt/loan calculators that are helpful in learning about how to manage debt and improve your credit score.

Please Note: We did not actually request a credit report, credit score, or credit monitoring services from this company. Review is based on available information, sample reports and experiences with customer service.