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Should You Monitor Your Credit? – Credit Tip #2

Monitor Your Credit-For a small fee, estimated at $15 per month, the cost of a couple Starbucks lattes, most credit agency websites will provide you with up to the minute credit monitoring. What exactly is credit score monitoring? You will receive the three prominent credit score bureau’s scores for your credit, i.e.  Experian, Equifax and Trans Union. Additionally you will get information regarding any changes made to your credit score and accounts in the past month, as these take place. Taking control of your credit score has never been easier or more convenient.

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Monitoring your credit report closely is important. Sometimes it’s the most expedient way to tell if there is a problem with your credit. It is also a good approach to protecting yourself against identity theft. Many people think that checking their credit report once a year is sufficient. But the truth is that it’s best to get a credit report once a month. That way you can take care of problems as they arise. You should also check your credit score when you are notified of a credit issue.

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