FreeScoreFinder does have a Norton Secured seal on their website and at the time of our review, that seal was indeed current. So the information provided to FreeScoreFinder is encrypted and secure.
Basically an Advertisement for Other Companies
As far as we can tell, FreeScoreFinder is not in the business of providing credit monitoring services. They are in the business of collecting information from people looking for Credit Monitoring Services before directing them elsewhere to a company such as ScoreSense.
FreeScoreFinder’s homepage prominently features 2015 Credit Score – Free and then with your SafeIDLock membership in fine print. Our review team felt that the way it was set up was deliberately misleading and designed to capture customer information before they realize the service includes a recurring fee.