Have you found yourself a member of a site called FreeScore360.com, and wanting to cancel? Well join the club! While it’s not impossible to cancel your account there, it’s not as easy as clicking a “cancel” button on their website (that would be way too easy, wouldn’t it?). Here’s how: Continue reading How to Cancel FreeScore360.com Membership
I’m always out patrolling so called free credit report and free credit score offers, and this morning I ran across a doozy – MyFreeCreditReport.com.
That site leads you to the same credit monotoring service as FreeScoreOnline.com and FreeCreditCheck.com, where you sign-up for a free trial and get your credit reports and free credit scores. But this one states this right there on the landing page “$39.95 automatically charged after free trial”. So that means if you don’t cancel your free trial, you’re charged almost $40 just for one month of service! That’s outrageous compared to the competition! (By the way, here’s how to cancel FreeScoreOnline.com). Continue reading MyFreeCreditReport.com Review – Wow, what a Scam!
Have you found yourself in need of canceling your FreeScoreOnline.com membership? Don’t want to get charged $29.95 for your next month of service? You’re not alone! In fact, you’re one of thousands of people who have recently been duped into signing up for this service. Continue reading How to Cancel FreeScoreOnline.com Membership
I’ve seen the website FreeCreditCheck.com many times before, but it wasn’t until I ran across it again tonight doing a google search, that I knew I had to do a post dedicated to it. So here’s my take…
Not So FreeCreditCheck.com
This is another one of those free trial offers, they say you get your free credit scores to lure you in, but really it’s just a 7-day trial of a credit monitoring service which is significantly overpriced to begin with. If you forget to cancel your trial, you’re stuck with $29.95 fee, just for one month of service. Continue reading FreeCreditCheck.com – Not So Free After All
I was browsing for free things this evening, and I just happened to type in MyCreditScore.com, there was nothing there but a “sorry, not found” page… so of course I tried MyFreeCreditScore.com and all I found there was a redirect to another site which wanted me to sign up for a service called PrivacyGuard.
To be fair, I’m familiar with PrivacyGuard, it’s a good service. But whatever you do, don’t sign-up through that link, the monthly price is mysteriously $5 more than it should be. And if you know anything about me, you know I can’t stand unnecessary spending (yes even just $5). I suspect that $5 increase is just a way to put more money in the pocket of whoever owns that domain name, so just don’t do it through that link. Continue reading MyCreditScore.com & MyFreeCreditScore.com – Watch Out For These Guys
I ran across an interesting bit of information today, certain Citi Credit Card holders can get their free FICO® Credit Score, based on their Equinox credit report, updated once a month. It said to go to www.citi.com/creditscore, which I did and this is what I found…
Apparently only certain Citi cardmembers are eligible for this Free FICO Credit Score, so not all Citi members are able to get it. Also, it’s only 1 credit score, instead of all 3. Continue reading www.Citi.com/creditscore – Free FICO Credit Score for Citi Cardmembers