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Did you know that there are different credit report files for you, one with each of the three major credit reporting agencies? There is a strong likelihood that the information present on each is going to be very diverse from one another. To ensure that all of the information is correct and up-to-date, it is very important that when you get a 3-in-1 copy of your credit report. A 3-in-1 credit report is the most accurate means of examining your credit profile.

What is included in a 3-in-1 credit report?
   -- Your credit reports and scores from all three major credit reporting bureaus online, displayed in a side-by-side comparison chart for easy analysis.
   -- Advice on how to improve your credit score.
   -- Informative articles that will help teach you better ways for managing credit and finances.
   -- Toll free customer service.


What information about my accounts is present in a 3-in-1 credit report?
   -- Who has been accessing your credit report.
   -- Whether accounts are opened or closed.
   -- What your balances, monthly payments and credit lines are.
   -- Whether or not you have had any late payments.
   -- Contact information including addresses and phone numbers for all your credit issuers.

Why is it important to get a 3-in-1 credit report?
   -- You want to make sure that all of the information being reported is accurate and up to date. Information to check includes all of your personal information, employment information, open accounts, closed accounts, etc..
   -- You want to be on the alert for any accounts that are not yours. These could be accounts that were activated by an identity thieve.

If there is misinformation and/or mistakes, you can dispute any errors and stop them from further damaging your credit.

Make sure your credit report is correct!

More valuable information that must be read about credit reports:
Why it is Important to Get a Copy of Your Credit Report Annually
Understanding How Your Credit Score is Calculated
How to Read Your Credit Report
Disputing Errors
Simple Means for Improving Your Credit Score



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