Post Published on July 8, 2012.
Last Updated on April 23, 2016 by davemackey.
I don’t like admitting more than anyone that I was wrong – but I was, and it is time to own up to it. Basically, take everything I wrote in the post, “Goodbye Quizzle, Thank You CreditKarma” out the window except for my applause for CreditKarma – which remains a great service.
I had decided Quizzle wasn’t worth the work because they only allowed one to pull a credit score once every six months whereas CreditKarma lets you do it every day if you wish. I was corrected by a representative from Quizzle who informed me that Quizzle offers not just credit scores but credit reports. So while I think it would be great if Quizzle let me update my credit score every day and view my credit report every six months – the point is that Quizzle does have something really valuable to offer: free credit reports.
What is the difference? A credit score is a number that gives you an idea of how good your credit rating is compared to everyone else’s credit score. A credit report tells you what exactly is contained in your credit file. This is a valuable service and one that I don’t think you can get anywhere else for free – except annualcreditreport.com – but that is only once a year.
So color me embarrassed, I re-endorse Quizzle, and am using my account…and you should too.