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  1. @undefined
    October 22, 2012

    Great article and video. I linked to this in my syndicated column Techlife on how to get your free credit history throughout the year. You do a great job presenting this to your audience.

    Check Yo Self, Before You Wreck Yo Self – Ice Cube helps your credit history – Techlife – http://bit.ly/RXdNV6

  2. Veronica Hill
    September 22, 2012

    I used #3 in the past. At first I was confused with all the free services they advertise on tv, but when you order it asks you for a payment.. I'm like "ughhh, what?" hehe. Dominique, thanks for the video, beats the heck out of reading :)

    • URFinanceSimple
      September 22, 2012

      I'm glad you enjoyed the video.. I know from experience how dry this topic can be. Also, reading it can make people super confused, so I decided to dymistify this process by creating a video series :-). Those “Free” services are a bunch of bologna man.. They sucker you in with their fancy commercials and promises then booo… hit you with the fees. What “free” service did you use before? On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 6:44 PM, YFS <yourfinancessimplified@gmail.com> wrote: approve

      • Veronica Hill
        September 22, 2012

        If i'm not mistaken I think it was free credit report dot com. I overheard someone later say one of their family members starting the company and sold it for over a quarter billion dollars.

      • URFinanceSimple
        September 22, 2012

        That's the one with the catchy songs on T.V. yup.. those guys definitely are not free at all. 1 billion dollars!!! Wow. On Sat, Sep 22, 2012 at 7:19 PM, YFS <yourfinancessimplified@gmail.com> wrote: approve

  3. Lance@MoneyLife&More
    September 19, 2012

    Nice video! I did a step by step screenshot version of the online way to get your report. Maybe I need to get into video on my blog one day…
    My recent post Is Being On Reality TV Worth the Money If You Don’t Win?

    • URFinanceSimple
      September 19, 2012

      Lance,I read that blog! Great job on it. I was thinking of doing the same thing, but opted for a video.

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