2017 Security Breach Check - Free Consumer Credit Scores

  • View your credit history and confirm whether you've been affected by the 2017 credit security breach. Find out whether you need to apply for a credit freeze and/or place a fraud alert on your credit.
  • Confirm all of your payments have been properly reported and credited by
    the major credit bureaus. Misinformation can be common and cost thousands of
    dollars annually in higher interest rates from lenders.
  • View any past bankruptcy records, wage attachments or possible liens issued in your name.
  • Access any monetary filings such as past evictions, overdue child support payments, foreclosures or fall behind on lease payments.
  • See what your creditors, insurers, landlord and employer see when they judge your overall credit worthiness and financial stability. Employers, for instance, can check your credit report & it's important that you do as well.
  • Receive assistance improving your credit through individual credit trending information and personalized debt analysis.

* An improved credit report rating can mean lower interest rates and better financing terms on mortgages, car loans and credit cards.

  • Safeguard yourself securely from identity theft and fraud. Confirm no one has accessed your personal accounts with retailers, banks, credit card issuers, utility companies and lenders due to the 2017 security breach.
  • Your Consumer Credit Scores offer real time assistance pointing out negative items and inaccuracies. You can now dispute false items with a click of a button.

View Your Free Consumer Credit Scores With 2017 Breach Check Below - Your Official Scores Will be Delivered Securely In A Printable Format.

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The Reality About Identity Theft Due To The 2017 Security Breach

Unfortunately, Identity theft is here to stay. Educating yourself about identity theft is your first line of defense. It's your identity, your life and your credit at stake. We're living in the information age and your information is out there just waiting to be stolen.

For the seventh straight year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) report identity theft as the largest consumer complaint and the fastest growing crime in America. Most identity theft victims never know their identity has been stolen until they get phone calls from collections agencies.

The reality: Fixing your identity is a nightmare. It should seem easy and straightforward but it's not. An average victim spends 300-600 hours to simply prove they're not a thief.

It's sad but true - if you're a victim of identity theft, creditors consider you guilty until you can prove you're innocent.

Some quick and easy things you can do for identity theft protection are:

  • - Check your official credit report on a regular basis
  • - Opt out of any unsolicited credit card offers
  • - Consider putting fraud alerts on your credit report
  • - Use ID theft monitoring from all 3 reporting agencies
  • - Buy a shredder and use it!
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