QUOTE(Alex548 @ Mar 4 2010, 06:24 PM)
I wouldn't go there.
They make you sign up for their services to get the "free" credit report.Visit this site instead.
That links to all 3 reports and there's no hidden catches or fees.
Thanks! Tried that one and did get a little bit more info on equifax. Before them compiling the report I was prompted with some infomation saying that my records indicated that I opened up a mortgage in october 2007 and had a multiple choice of which bank it was through. Looks like i either had my ID stolen or was issued the wrong ssn at birth =( . They also could not provide me with a report online, like experian. But they did give a bit more info to why that might be:
We're sorry, for your protection we are unable to deliver your FACT Act Equifax Free Annual Credit Report on the internet. There are a number of reasons that we may be unable to fulfill your request online. You may have a Security Freeze on your credit file, an Active Duty Military or Fraud Alert, or the identification information submitted online may not match the information on file.
But another thing that I don't understand, that IF my identity was stolen, then how could it be used effectively if I was not 18 until April 2009. If the info about the mortgage being opened in 2007 is true, I was a minor at the time, so how could anyone use my ssn if the ssn holder is not 18?