Manage your most important financial asset- your credit
Today more than ever, lenders and other service providers use your
credit history to make decisions about whether to extend you new
credit and services. Experts agree that checking your report regularly
is the best way to ensure you get the credit you deserve.
Whether consumers are planning a major expenditure like a new home
or car, a big dream vacation, or higher education now or in the
future, they need to know if their credit is in good standing or
if they have been a victim of identity theft.
Today, more than ever, it's important to take control of your personal
finances and your credit history. The Equifax Learning Center is
dedicated to giving you the facts and tips you need to take charge
Get Better Rates. Make Smarter Decisions.
Get your entire credit history from all three credit reporting agencies
Lenders can look at your credit report from any or all three major
credit reporting agencies. Now you can get the full picture. Delivered
in a single easy-to-read report, this consolidated credit report
contains important credit information that can help you negotiate
Most In-depth Identity Theft Protection
Plan Monitoring your credit file can help alert you to fraudulent
activities like when someone tries to get credit in your name -
so you can act before serious damage is done. And with credit card
fraud being the most common type of identity theft,
Watch™ can alert you to changes in your credit card balances.
Learn more about monitoring your credit.
Equifax Credit Rankings
Savvy consumers know that checking your credit report is important
in maintaining your credit health. Now you can easily see the strength
of your credit and debt level in comparison to average figures we
have compiled for each zip code, state, and the entire nation. With
an interactive, graphical display, you will see how you rank in
comparison to the statistical average for any geographic area.(Averages
are derived from anonymous data to protect privacy.)
Learn more about maintaining your credit health.