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Cic*ce Credit Posing As: Free Credit Report / Unauthorized charge

PO Box 19729 Irvine CA 926239729, CA, United States
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Contact information:
Phone: 800-3888725
CHARGED me $14.95 for a SO CALLED...FREE 30 Day Trial.

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Please send any correspondence to:

ConsumerInfo.com
Attn: Customer Care
PO Box 19729
Irvine, CA [protected]
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Support@FreeCreditReport.com


What they SAY: FREE CREDIT REPORT

How do I get my free online Experian® Credit Report?

You can get your free online Experian Credit Report right here at FreeCreditReport.com when you sign up for a free trial of Triple AdvantageSM Credit Monitoring. Simply fill out your information for identification purposes, answer a few questions and your credit report will be available to you online, in seconds, once your identity has been confirmed.

Your Username and Password will enable you to view your credit report for 30 days over the Internet in the most secure environment we can provide. You will also have access to an array of benefits located in My Credit Center.

How do I cancel my membership?

If for any reason you are not satisfied, you can cancel anytime to discontinue your membership to Triple Advantage Credit Monitoring and stop the monthly billing. However, you will not be eligible for a prorated refund of any portion of your current month's paid membership fee. To cancel, please contact Customer Care at [protected].

How long will my free Experian Credit Report be available?

Your report is available online for 30 days. It's a good idea to print a copy for your records when you first view it.

What if I see something on my Experian Credit Report that requires me to contact my creditors?

Your Experian credit report contains creditor contact information, specifically phone number and address. If you ever need to contact your creditors directly, the information is at your fingertips in the Account History section of your Experian credit report.




This is SICK...you can't even trust Experien (the MAIN bureau who promotes this)

Sadly...just another SCAM out there that takes your money under FALSE pretenses...then THINKS consumers are forced to accept it??? In their dreams!
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