by CI Staff
Credit.com provides consumers with educational resources and information on credit products and services. The site offers a free credit report card and allows you to compare credit cards and loans according to your individual credit score. The website also provides a section that helps you with the process of obtaining personal, student and home loans.
A free credit report card is offered if you sign up at the site. The credit report card is given to you after you sign up and answer a few questions. In addition, it provides you with grades based on your payment history, debt usage, credit age, account mix and inquiries. It also provides a range in which your credit score most likely falls. However, it does not provide your credit score. You can order your full credit history for free, but there is usually a cost to obtain your credit score.
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