And it’s not a limited-time free offer that requires you to put a credit card on file, either!
Like the other two services listed here, Credit Sesame will only pull your information from a single credit bureau.
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Instead, you’ll receive a credit score based on models developed by the credit reporting agencies.
So the score you see may differ somewhat from what lenders will actually see.
However, in my experience, these scores are very similar to your FICO score.
If you’re looking for a free way to check your credit score, look no further than three websites.
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It takes into account all of your current credit information, and then lets you visualize what effect different moves will have on that score.
You can see what would happen if you racked up more credit card debt or paid some off.