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How to Check Credit Score Online?

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There exist several ways to check a credit score online – paid and for free. Credit Karma is a wide-spread resource that provides you with such an opportunity. You can sign up for free by mentioning your email, home addresses, phone number and last four digits of your Social Security Number and answering to several questions. After that, you can check out your credit score with the help of several options – TransUnion, VantageScore, Automobile Score, and Home Insurance Score.

As 90% of lenders prefer to use the FICO score, you can use MyFICO to track your credit score. The subscription is paid and the terms are simple – a single-use check will cost you $19.95 but you can also apply for a free 10-day trial membership that must be canceled unless you need the following membership for $14.95 per month for a minimum of three months.

The other resources to check your credit score are Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, and FreeCreditReport.com. All these services are paid and the prices of their offers vary from $15.95 to $19.99 per month including a 10-day or 7-day free membership. All the aforementioned services are wide-spread and offer approximately identical terms. So, you are able to choose any of them. Just take into the account-specific terms of your lender.