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Thank you for telling us about your experience with accessing and reviewing your credit report. This questionnaire contains 14 questions and should take no more than ten minutes to complete. 
In order to take this survey, you will need to have checked your credit report within the last month. Here’s how you can check your credit report for free and let us know what you find:

  1. Go to where you can check your credit report for free. (The credit agencies will probably try to sell you stuff, but ignore that — there is no charge to get your credit report).
  2. Click on the maroon “Request your free credit reports” tab and pick which company you want to get your report from — Experian, Equifax, or TransUnion. You’ll be asked to verify your identity before taken to your credit report.
  3. You’ll see all your open accounts with your last few years’ payment history. Check to see if anything looks wrong or if there is a negative item on your report that seems inaccurate. A negative item is anything on your report that can damage your credit. Things to look for range from name misspellings and wrong addresses, to someone's else's debt on your credit report.
  4. After you review your report, or if you have already checked your credit report recently, please come back and complete the short survey about what you found. Your input will help us hold the credit reporting agencies accountable for ensuring consumers' credit reports are fair and accurate!
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