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Smart consumers are always curious about their credit score and how to get their credit report form. While credit agencies used to keep such information next to impossible to obtain, there are now a number of answers to the question of how to get their bureau credit report form.

Thanks to federal legislation, consumers can now get all their credit report form by visiting a single Web site. All three major credit reporting agencies, Equifax, TransUnion and Experian, are now required by law to give consumers access to their credit report form for free once a year. By going to annualcreditreport.com, consumers can see what their credit report holds. All 3 bureau credit scores can be different, so receiving all three is important to make sure your credit has not been adversely affected in a way that was picked up by one credit agency and missed by others.

For those who do not like using the Internet for such transactions, there are other ways to see your credit report form. It can also be obtained by telephone by dialing a toll-free number. If the consumer calls 1-877-322-8228, they can receive the same credit reports they would receive online. Another method is to obtain it by mail. If the consumer contacts the Federal Trade Commission, they can obtain an Annual Credit Report Request brochure, which they can fill out and mail to Annual Credit Report Request Service, P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA. 30348-5281. The process will end in receipt of the same credit report form, but will take several weeks to receive.

There are a number of other sites or companies that offer other methods of how to get all their bureau credit report scores for free, but many are not telling the complete story. Many companies that offer their service as a way how to get free credit report neglect to mention that they will only allow the consumer to receive one of the three credit reports for free, and access to the others will cost them a fee. Others allow access to their complete credit report form only once a hefty annual fee is paid for access to the reports.

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