Even the smartest people can get confused when it comes to checking their credit score. Which score should you check? What’s the best credit score website? Are my scores really free? These questions are asked often, but rarely do people find the right answers. There is a lot of misinformation on this topic out there, and no single reliable and objective source where you can check and compare all of the credit score websites. Until now!
I decided to do something about this lack of resources and spent a few days of my free time to create this small database. No it’s not perfect, but it will definitely help you make a more educated decision when choosing your free credit score website.
TIP: If you don’t want to be bombarded with credit related offers and just want to see your credit scores then you should use a different email account, one other than your daily account, when you sign up with these websites. This way you will get all of the benefits of these sites while keeping yourself away from spam and unsolicited emails.
Please note that:
- All of the websites listed here will ask for your social security number. The websites simply won’t work without this information because your credit is linked to this number.
- I’m not affiliated with any of these websites. The links below are not affiliate links and I don’t get any money from these companies.
- You can sort table columns any way you want, just click on the column title. For example you can easily see which websites will let you get your score without entering your credit card information.
- Last update time: January 14, 2015