Let's face it, people enjoy checking their credit about as much as they enjoy doing their taxes. As much as the credit bureaus and other companies try to make checking out your credit seem like fun on commercials (so you'll buy their "monitoring" products), the reality is that checking your credit gives people same sinking feeling in your stomach that you get while your doing your taxes hoping that they work out to you getting a refund instead of owing the IRS money. And just like doing your taxes, its not an easy task if your doing it right. Credit reports are filled with obtuse credit data and industry terms that can be hard to understand. With all the unpleasant emotions associated with checking your credit, its easy to come up with excuses to put off checking your credit or just not check it at all. The bad part about that is that putting off checking your credit can have some unforeseen consequences.Read More
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