Credit Report Reviews

One of the benefits of being a TruStone Financial member is access to your credit report. Your credit report is like a financial report card. You’re graded on how well you handle your money.

Your credit report will give you a score, which all financial institutions look at when you apply for credit.

Even if you don’t have any plans of borrowing money in the future, monitoring your credit report is important to spot fraudulent activity. In other words, you want to make sure the transactions that are listed on your credit report are yours and not the result of identity theft.

By using AnnualCreditReport.com, you can get information from three of the top ranked credit-scoring agencies in the country.

If your report looks a little confusing, feel free to bring it into your nearest branch and a banker can help you understand it.