We don’t like services that charge for access to your credit reports, but we are in favor of making it easier to learn about the risks of runaway debt. So, we think you should go ahead and take a look at this chart from . Just stay away from those “Free Credit Report” links and head over to AnnualCreditReport.com instead.
Don't Flush Your Credit Down The Drain
By marcperton January 22, 2010
- looking at results Report: Credit Card Reforms Saved Consumers $16B In Six Years
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- We Can Do Better NCLC: More Can Be Done To Protect Consumers From Hurtful Medical Debt On Credit Reports