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Credit Karma is fantastic. they don't charge you for your credit scores unlike a lot of shady companies out there. In my opinion, knowing your credit score is a right - not something you should have to pay for. Credit Karma gives you the Transunion and Equifax score. Sadly not your FICO score, but I don't know why anyone would need that. If you think there is an error in your credit report or there's some account you don't know about, they will listen and help you dispute it. Also, they'll help you raise your score too. Great company!
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Life Lock is simply the best credit monitoring system out there. It costs about twenty dollars every month, but if you've ever been a victim before like I have, you know that it's worth it. Like the other reviewer said, they alert you as soon as there is a problem or suspicious activity. They monitor your social security number, your bank accounts and credit cards to ensure everything is as it should be. They also tell you if there are cyber crimes going on in your name. If need be, they'll reimburse any money you lose. They are definitely an ...
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Okay, so ID thieves tried to mess my credit up real bad. After my bank gave me a real hassle over a couple of cards that I know I didn’t take out, you better believe that I wasn’t going to going through that again. So I heard about LifeLock from a friend and decided to check it out. When it happened to me (again), this time LifeLock had my back. Yeah, it’s a little expensive to pay each month, but you can’t afford the damage that those cyber dorks will inflict on you if they can get away with ...
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ID Shield does a great job of monitoring credit. Unlike other companies, it is much more affordable too. You can find a decent plan that will give you plenty of protection. Credit monitoring is effective and alerts you to all suspicious activity to ensure your private information stays private. Among the things they monitor include loans, checking accounts credit accounts and similar things. Once you pay for the service, you really don’t have to do anything. Just sit back and let ID Shield monitor your credit for you.
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I got TrustedID for free after the catastrophe with Equifax’s security breach. While I’m not happy that an identity thief got a hold of my social security number, I am happy to report that there was 0only one incident and I was notified immediately about it. It was resolved in a timely fashion and I was reimbursed for the unauthorized purchases. At first, they insinuated that I might have made an error, having overlooked something but I showed them the error of their ways. Since then there has not been another incident. Credit saved!
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