Each of the bureaus comes up with its own score, generally ranging on a scale from 300 to 900 points, and often the only way you can get that score for free is if you’re denied credit or a loan because of a low score. In that case, the bureau is legally obliged to provide you with a free copy of that score. However, that’s probably too late for you to be getting the information.
But both Consumerist and Consumers Union think it’s time to change that.
Go HERE to sign our petition to tell our leaders that we should be able to get a free copy of our credit scores…
A massive demonstration of Egyptians gathered in Tahrir Square in Cairo today to mark the anniversary of the uprising that eventually led to the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak. Political divides are still in force with liberals and Islamists differing on their visions for the future of the country. Mubarak is now on trial for complicity in the deaths of protesters. The uprising in Egypt last year was one of the initial protests of what is called the Arab Spring, which has included the slaying of Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy and the ongoing protests in Syria. — Lloyd Young (31 photos total)