GoFreeCredit.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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GoFreeCredit.com is a website that provides its members with all three of their credit scores for free, as well as a free 7 day trial membership to credit monitoring services.

Everyone has three credit scores supplied by the three reporting credit bureaus: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. Many credit score providers only give you the score of one bureau, but GoFreeCredit.com claims to provide all three.

In addition to receiving your three current credit scores, you are also automatically enrolled with Credit Score Complete, who provides credit monitoring services and will alert you automatically if any of your scores change.

These monitoring services are only free for your 7 day trial. If you do not cancel your membership by the end of the trial, you will be charged $19.95 a month to continue your membership as long as you choose.

While you can cancel your membership at any time, you will not be eligible for any refunds, so make sure you are interested in the credit monitoring services before your 7 days is up.

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Average Rating for " Go Free Credit " is 1.38 out of 5 based on 13 reviews.
  • I keep getting unsolicited calls from them despite blocking them (they call from

    Multiple numbers). Jerks.
  • Now, I'm worried
  • Scam! Bull shit company. Hope they get sued for false advertise.
  • Scammmmm!!!! Took all my info and charged me out the arse!!!
  • I was looking for a job on a totally different website, and I find myself on www.gofreecredit.com website. The issue is that they have, now, my personal information like the full name, the address, and the date of birth. here they ask me to provide them the last 4 digits of my Social security # which I will never provide online for a job unless I m sure of the credibility of the company.

    My question is, are they considering me as a member? can this issue cause any credit problem in the future?

    Thanks
    • Have you got any troubles since that? I filled my information on their website too and got a phone call 5 mins after. He hanged up on me suddenly. I'm so worried if they sell my information to other shit companies...
  • I entered all my credit information and clicked check Credit 3 times and it never gave a credit report. This is a scam.
  • It advertised free and then asking for credit card, thanks to google found it a fraud. Who is allowing such companies fraudulent advertisement and practices. Why there are no law suit or alternative honest companies resources available. Internet fraud is so high that it is almost become impossible to find legit companies. You find 10 fraudulent companies before one suspicious one that may be somewhat better than fraud. But finding legit companies is getting very hard so I request that someone should move forward and make a website that has consumers 10 star rating and do not list 9 star rating. If they have 9 star there cost should be 50% off. Once they don't have no complaint against them for one year then they should be moved to 10 star. I got the whole plan. So Ie could partner with investor send email to curshee at yahoodotcom if you liked the idea for setting up the business.
  • SCAM<<<>>>>STAY AWAY FROM THIS
  • Your business to be spam as asking for credit card is ignorant when you advertised FREE. Whoever in your company put together this AD needs to be fired. How much does Jonathan make working for your company as

    anybody with a little common sense will not give their credit card info for something that is advertised FREE
  • Scam. Not free.
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