Free Credit Score- Credit Sesame Review

Posted by Mrs Money on July 8th, 2011

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I think it’s important to check your credit report and credit scores at least once a year. By doing so, you’ll be able to ensure accuracy of the credit report and hopefully mitigate any potential fraud. Credit Sesame is a great company that helps you receive your credit score for free, as well as help you manage your debt better. Here’s how it works:

-Sign up for a free Credit Sesame account. You will have to provide your social security number as well as some other identifying information. Credit Sesame uses Experian to pull your credit score. Credit Sesame uses the same safe encryption methods as financial institutions, so your information is safe.

-Next, you’ll receive an analysis of your debt as collected from your credit report. They will evaluate whether or not you may be able to save money on interest rates, and if you’re receiving the best deals. Credit Sesame will comb through many different scenarios to come up with a solution that may better fit your needs. They take all the leg work out for you!

Free Credit Score

Credit Sesame will provide you with a free credit score. Keep in mind that because the score comes from Experian, it is not a FICO credit score. I think it’s awesome to be provided with a free credit score!

Do you check your credit regularly?

Sign up with Credit Sesame today to get your free credit score.

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2 Responses to “Free Credit Score- Credit Sesame Review”


  1. Paying close attention to my credit score is one thing I wish I was more persistent with. I guess it is kind of easy to look away for fear of what you might see. Thanks for pointing out this useful opportunity, I’m looking forward to seeing how to adjust my own credit score ranking.

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  2. I should, but I do not…however, I just opened a checking account so I know my credit is fine otherwise I would not be able to open it.

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