Published: March 26, 2010
CreditReport.com Acquires CreditScore.com With Plans to Distribute Millions of Free Credit Scores to Consumers
Company Hopes Broader Access to Free Credit Scores Will Level Playing Field Between Consumers and Financial Institutions
CreditReport.com, a leading provider of independent consumer credit information, announced today that it has acquired the domain CreditScore.com. The company plans to distribute millions of free credit scores to consumers and educate them on how best to manage the factors affecting their score. Knowing their credit score can arm consumers with the information to "see themselves as lenders do" to better manage and protect their credit and derive those benefits that can ultimately improve their personal finances.
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CreditReport.com Acquires CreditScore.com With Plans to Distribute Millions of Free Credit Scores to Consumers,
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