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by Jesse Campbell on October 23, 2013

credit report review

Let’s start off with some fun stats:

  • 37 percent of Americans admit to not knowing their credit score.
  • 35 percent of Americans have checked their credit in the past 12 months.
  • 39 percent of Americans have pulled a copy of their credit report…ever.

We get it. Credit reports seem boring. And most of the time there doesn’t really seem like any good reason to think about your credit report and what’s on there. Your credit cards work just fine. And nobody’s harassing you on the phone. So what’s the big deal?

The fact is that building good credit takes time and hard work, but bad credit takes no effort at all. In fact, you can do everything right and your credit can still be in the tank. That’s because errors are common and identity theft happens more often than you might think.

Unfortunately, all that hard work and all those responsible decisions can be undone if you aren’t paying attention to your credit report. Errors can be corrected and you can pull yourself free from identity theft, but both take time. Meanwhile, you don’t necessarily know when you’re going to “need” your good credit. A car accident might mean you have to finance a new car. A change in living situation might mean you’re suddenly hunting for a new house or apartment. A new employment opportunity might be held-up or lost because of a damaged credit report.

We can help!

MMI is excited to offer a new service designed specifically to help you understand what’s on your credit report, including your current score!

Let one of our trained experts walk you through your personal credit report. The session is free and covers how to pull a copy of your report, how to read your report, what factors are weighed in calculating your score, and more. Visit our Credit Report Review page for more information.

The sooner you know what’s on your credit report, the sooner you can start making improvements. So give us a call at 888.942.9723 and find out what’s on your credit report today!


kelcey roberts says:
December 05, 2013
Website: money mangement

Wanted to know if this is like a help build your credit or fix credit

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