What should I know about investigative consumer reports?

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Because the government awards you a free credit report from Trans Union, Equifax and Experion once a year, you should look at your credit report. The investigative credit report details your personal history, your addresses, anything you've done as far as buying or lending or banking. It's important that you keep an eye on that. At least once a year, take a look and make sure someone hasn't stollen your identity or placed inaccurate or unreasonable information on your credit report.

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