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Arkansas Free Credit Score

FreeScoresUSA offers Arkansas residents free credit scores that comes with a trial offer for credit monitoring. Arkansas attorney general McDaniel recommends checking your credit report at least once a year.

The state government of Arkansas teamed up with the US attorney general to help pass a consumer protection law allowing consumers in Arkansas (AR) a copy of their credit report each year. Consumers can get their entitled copy from annualfreeFreeScoresUSA. The free credit does not contain any credit scores which most lenders use to rate consumers and their credit risk. The free credit score offer by FreeScoresUSA comes with a trial credit monitoring service product that automatically monitors your credit and alerts you with anyone tries to sign up with your social security number.

Monitoring Credit Can Reduce Identity Theft Odds

Arkansas financial experts as well as experts around the country agree that fraud monitoring is an important precaution step to take to protect your credit and having your identity stolen. In the state of Arkansas, there have been reported cases where folks from Little Rock had their identity stolen from some criminal in Fayetteville who was able to rack up huge credit card bills. Apparently, the theft somehow got ahold of their social security number and credit information because of a similar name and signed up for accounts under their social security number. Try out the credit monitoring service and see if you like the hassle free alerts it provides. If not, remember to cancel the trial offer after you sign up if you decide that you don't need automated credit monitoring and just wanted your free credit score from Experian, Trans Union and Equifax.

All Arkansas residents including: Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, Conway, Rodgers, Pine Bluff, Bentonville, Benton, Sherwood, Russellville, Bella Vista and everywhere else within Arkansas are eligible for a free credit score from FreeScoresUSA.

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