You cannot get all three credit scores for free in one place. But you can get all three credit scores for free by checking WalletHub, Experian, and Equifax separately. If you sign into your free WalletHub account, you can see your latest credit score based on your TransUnion credit report. Or, to see your score calculated with Experian credit report data, just create a free online account with the credit bureau. You can also sign up for a free Equifax account to get your Equifax credit score.
Here’s where you can get your three credit scores for free:
Equifax – See your VantageScore 3.0 credit score, based on Equifax credit data
Experian – See your FICO Score 8 credit score, based on Experian credit data
TransUnion – See your VantageScore 3.0, based on TransUnion credit data
Equifax and Experian also offer 3-bureau credit scores – one scoring model applied to all three credit reports – as part of a paid subscription. However, you don’t really need to check three different versions of your credit score. The truth is, all of your credit scores will reflect your creditworthiness more or less the same. And any potential change (for better or worse) will most likely affect your scores from all three bureaus similarly, as a result.
If you want more than just a free credit score, a WalletHub account also gets you free personalized advice for credit improvement, along with your full TransUnion credit report and free credit monitoring.
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