A credit freeze is a great thing to consider when the security of any of your financial information is uncertain. And when you decide it’s time for a change, you have options. Know more about how to lift a freeze you’re done with (for now, or for good). Curious about how FICO Scores are ‘different’? […]
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How do I lift my freeze in your company?
You discover that your identity has been compromised – what’s your next step? Maybe your information was part of a data breach, or your wallet was stolen. Either way, there are a few key identity protection options that pertain to your credit report. The last thing you’ll want to do is leave your records and accounts open to […]
A security freeze may not be something you’ve added to your credit report in the past, but it could be the right option when you feel like your information is vulnerable. We’ll explain when that can be, and how a security freeze can help you through an uncertain moment. Want to learn more about credit? […]
I just lost my driver’s license and am considering putting a security freeze on my credit files. Would placing a freeze on my credit files interfere with me using my credit card, either online, at shops or for the services that are automatically billed to my credit card each month?
I need to lift the security freeze for 24 hours to buy a car. How do I do that?
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Does placing a security freeze at one credit agency extend to all three credit agencies like a fraud alert?
I’m concerned that someone may use my minor child’s identification information fraudulently and I want to take precautions. How can I request a security freeze on a minor’s credit file?
I have a credit freeze. If someone tries to establish credit without my pin code, what is the exact response they get from you? Do you tell them that they can not establish new credit because the account is frozen?
We have frozen our credit with you. We just received a letter from you saying that there has been a change in the name, Social Security number, or address in our credit report. Are we in any danger of identity theft since we have already frozen our credit? We don’t want to order another credit report, so is there a way to speak to someone to find out what the problem is?