Article Score0

How can I check my credit score without credit card?
I know there r many sites which says that just give credit card # and its free for 10 or 30 days, BUT I don’t have a credit card and I wanna check my credit score immediately.So what r the options?

5 Thoughts on How can I check my credit score without credit card?
  1. Reply
    R T
    July 8, 2011 at 5:42 am is the only really free site. You are entitled to see your credit REPORT once every 12 months, but no site will show you your SCORE for free. You can purchase your score at each of the credit reporting agencies for about $ 7 to $ 8 each.

  2. Reply
    July 8, 2011 at 6:42 am

    You can access your free annual credit report from each of the three credit bureaus online thru Reports are free, scores are not.

    You can purchase your FICO score for about $ 8 when you get your Equifax report. Creditors use FICO. The TransUnion and Experian sites sell you Vantage scores — don’t waste your money. You can purchase FICO scores for TransUnion and Equifax at Consumers can no longer get FICO scores for Experian. Also, those third party monitoring sites use Fakko scores. offers a free score estimator based on your TransUnion report. It’s not FICO. But it’s kinda, sorta like FICO, give or take 50 points or so. Close enough if you are just curious about your score.

  3. Reply
    July 8, 2011 at 6:49 am

    Like everyone else, you have many, many credit scores. You can check one of these credit scores for free at for free without a credit card. That particular credit score is used only by one website and not by any lenders, but the same could be true of many of the credit scores that are not free.

  4. Reply
    July 8, 2011 at 7:00 am – try this site. I use it to monitor my credit and also cleaned off some bad items from my credit report. You can apply for free initial plan and get your scores and reports for free.

  5. Reply
    Taildog Ω
    July 8, 2011 at 7:23 am

    some places will tell you your score when you apply for something. I suggest trying a credit monitoring company, your bank should be able to recommend you to a good place.

    Leave a reply

    Register New Account
    Reset Password