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A single credit report is a review of your credit history according to only one major credit bureau.

What a single credit report offers:
  -- Presents a simple to read outline of your credit profile.
  -- Provides you with your credit score.
  -- Lists all of your accounts and all of the information associated with your accounts. Specifically, if your account is open or closed, monthly payments, balance, available credit lines, and whether you have been late with a payment.
  -- Offers all of the contact information for all of your creditors.
  -- Provides information regarding who has been accessing your credit report.

Purchase a single credit report now! It only costs $10! Definitely worth the price for peace of mind that your credit profile is being reported 100% accurate. If it is not, you can take the necessary steps for disputing errors or improving your credit score.

What to look for when you receive a single credit report:
  -- You need to make sure that all of your personal information, address and employer are listed accurately and current.
  -- Make sure all of your accounts are listed correctly. Meaning, accounts are reflective of your current payments. Accounts that are closed are marked as being 'closed'.
  -- Be on the look out for inquiries that you have not approved, accounts that are not yours, or accounts that list that list an address for the holder that is different than yours. These all are signs of the activity of an identity thief.
** When you get a copy of your credit report, if does not affect your credit score or rating. If you are looking for a more extensive analysis of your credit, we suggest you purchase a 3-in-1 credit report or the credit monitoring package.

More important information that should be read regarding credit reports:
How Your Credit Score is Calculated
Reading Your Credit Report
Life Occurrences and Your Credit


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