Experian allows you to import your already paid bills and have them count toward your credit score. For free.
You deserve to know who you are and your credit situation.
Experian is one of the three major credit bureaus in America. Experian, along with Equifax and TransUnion, collects information to determine your credit score. The higher your score on this scale, you will get better offers on loans and financing.
Your credit report is a snapshot of your financial life, and it’s essential that you have a true picture. Experian can help by providing accurate information about your credit history so you can make smart decisions about loans, mortgages, and other types of credit.
The Experian credit score is a number that ranges from 300 to 850 and predicts your level of financial responsibility.
What happens if someone steals your identity? Experian can keep you safe using IdentityWorks. Experian IdentityWorks is a service that provides you with tools to monitor and protect your identity.
Need to Improve Your Score? Get a Boost
Experian Boost™ can improve your credit score* by using your paid bills and including them in your positive credit history. You may even improve a credit score from poor to fair.
Experian wants to help you control your finances with their service that provides access to three national bureaus for one low price. It will give you peace of mind knowing that you have all the information necessary to make informed decisions about your future. And if there are any inaccuracies in your report, you can try to fix them and not let them affect your future.
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