This California based, company has been in business since 2002. Myscore.com and scoresense.com are the actual credit monitoring companies, and freescorefinder.com is the advertiser. The contact service number listed on freescorefinder.com is to SafeIDLock, which is the identity theft protection service.
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The Good

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Price
Reports Available
Our Score
#1
$19.95 - 29.95
3/3
8.3
#2
Free
2/3
7.4
#3
$19.95
Up to 3/3
7.2
#25
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Varies
Varies
2.6
Secure Site

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.

The Bad

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.

Misleading Statements

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.

Privacy Issues

As a company that exists solely to direct its customers to other companies, FreeScoreFinder’s privacy policy (which users agree to when submitting their information) allows them to sell, share, and trade your personal information to many different companies, many of whom you may not know beforehand.

The Bottom Line

FreeScoreFinder may be an acceptable choice for those users that are having difficulty deciding which credit monitoring service to use, as it provides them with a way to receive information and phonecalls from many different companies who are eager for business.

On the other hand, FreeScoreFinder doesn’t actually provide any credit monitoring services on its own, has a fairly lenient privacy policy, and some misleading statements on the home page. We would caution users who are considering this company to make sure they know exactly what they’re signing up for.

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    March 29th, 2014 League City, TX

    Phony like all other “free” credit check firms. In response to “creditkarma.com” TV add, I tried it and it was linked to Free Score Finder, which is like all other “free” sites. They gather identity information, creditor validation ( which does not verify identity, only gathers information for credit reporting agencies), and then behold, the eternal credit card to charge you a fee and if you don’t cancel within a few short days, you get whacked with a large monthly fee automatically from your credit card. Once again, “Free”, another word for “Fraud”. I’m sure that this review will never show up on the reviews.

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