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  1. How many free credit reports can you get per year?

    Obtain a free annual credit report online, by phone or via mail. These reports are offered through the Free Annual Credit ...
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    Discover whether getting a free credit report is safe, and find out how to get a legitimate free credit report. Understand ...
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