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Discussion in 'UO Pacific' started by SUPRsalad, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. SUPRsalad

    SUPRsalad Guest

    sooo, i was super bored this morning, and I made a 'freecreditreport.com' profile, and... actually.. It WAS as easy as the annoying commercial makes it seem, and every bit as helpful. . . Pretty snazzy, you should try it out.
    I'm at 735 and nothing bad on my report! joy.
  2. missing uo yet? ;)
  3. MasterP

    MasterP Guest

    Yeah but the 12$ or what ever a month is kinda lame. Also when you go to cancel it and some guy or gal with a strong middle eastern accent say why do you want to cancel this. Ohh if you dont cancel we will lower your payment to 3$ for the next 6 months...It really annoys me. Pfft us gov wonders why there is so much identity theft and people in America out of jobs.
  4. Vandetta

    Vandetta Guest

    according to this post I am going to say yes...
  5. Tori

    Tori Adventurer
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    Jul 5, 2008
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    Every consumer is entitled to a FREE copy of their credit report once a year. You can go to annualcreditreport.com - You can pull all 3 bureaus at once or you can pull just one and then monitor your credit by pulling the 2nd bureau a few months later.