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Old 05-10-2011, 10:51 AM   #1
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transunion or equifax ?

I'm trying to decide which website to get my credit report thru. The thing is, I want to do the monthly thing so that I get constant updates on my credit score. They are both $15/ month.

Has anyone had any experience with either of them?

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If it helps any, I think you can expect better customer service from TransUnion.

I reported potential fraud to both and I found TransUnion was extremely thorough over the phone, treated my concerns seriously, and mailed out a detailed confirmation letter promptly while Equifax provided no information or follow up.
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Thanks for the feedback.

How did they compare as far as showing your credit report? I am guessing they are both fairly detailed? I just want to see how shitty mine is right now, and I want to see the progress of it over the course of the year or so.
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^ Sign up for the free credit report from them first. One for this month, another company the next month. Then you can compare between the two, before you start paying the $15/month thing.
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