ScoreSense provides valuable tools such as ScoreTracker, which monitors your monthly credit score by obtaining information from all three major credit agencies. In addition, the ScoreCast tool can model and predict how your credit score will change if you pay off specific debts or take out new loans, which can assist you in making well-informed decisions.
ScoreSense also allows you to submit false data if credit report anomalies exist. ScoreSense, with its informative tools and features, assists you in improving and managing your credit score.
Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs
Can checking my credit hurt my credit score?
Absolutely not. You should routinely review your credit reports from TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian to avoid score-lowering errors and possible fraud.
Now that I’ve created an account, what should I do?
A ScoreSense member can choose from choices such as having unlimited access to their credit reports and scores, challenging problems on their credit reports, viewing risks to their identity, and learning more about area sex offenders.
What should I do if I want to cancel my membership?
You can easily cancel your subscription by doing so online or by calling the customer service number, which is 1-800-972-7204. Their customer support desk is open from 8 AM to 8 PM Central Standard Time Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM Central Standard Time Saturday, and 12 NOON to 6 PM Central Standard Time Sunday. If you decide to terminate your subscription, you will not be charged again after making this decision.
What is the maximum number of scores I can simulate with ScoreCast every month?
Unlimited monthly score simulations are available. Credit scores used in the simulations will not affect your real credit. You can run a simulation with one credit bureau of your choice, but the results won’t be kept or stored.
How does my credit report contain information?
The credit report has your name, address, account history, present payment status, employment history, public records in your name and a list of people who have checked your credit (called “credit inquiries”).