Isn’t it false advertising to offer free credit reports and then charge your credit card from them and their *?

by tyankee7 on September 7, 2011

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Question by Jerry W: Isn’t it false advertising to offer free credit reports and then charge your credit card from them and their *?
How can they advertise free credit reports then charge you for it? Isn’t that illegal?

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Answer by Judy
Last month I read an article on how the feds are after them.
Their time of ripping people off is coming to an end soon.
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infinite crisis 247 September 7, 2011 at 1:20 am

because the reports are free, it’s the scores that cost you, and these are not obligated to be given for free. also, if you cancel your membership within the 9 day trial period, than your credit card doesn’t get charged. i would simply run your reports and then immediately cancel your account.

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