Do you believe that you should have access to free credit scores?
We’re breaking the social taboo about credit and giving you access to a free credit score!
Your credit score is one of the financial numbers you need to know. And although it isn’t the most important financial number, it plays a role in your life and in our society. That is why you should keep track of your score and monitor the information on your credit report.
Read the entire post or join the challenge immediately and get access to your free credit score.
I believe it’s important that you have access to your credit score. It’s a good way of determining how you’re managing credit and the potential issues that may arise with the uncontrolled use of credit–debt.
So today, I’m excited to share my challenge to improve 1 million people’s relationship with credit by starting with giving you access to a free credit score.
My mission is to empower 1 million people by giving them access to a free credit score.
114 free credit scores given to date
999,886 more to go
- Break the social taboo about credit scores
- Debunk myths and share factual information about healthy scores
- Demystify credit and credit reports to get better financing options
Let’s break the taboo on credit. Get your free credit score and share the score, if you wish, with your family and friends and on social. Just make sure you don’t share any other information you don’t want other people to know.
Social media posts idea:
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Nothing makes people cringe than asking for their credit score.
We’ve found people are more willing to talk about their views on politics, religion, and sex. Ask someone about their score, they choke up, laugh, and…oh..that uncomfortable silence. Some even get defensive and outright offended.
Is credit more intimate than the number of people you’ve dated?
You shouldn’t be ashamed of your credit score. And our goal is to make you comfortable in sharing your score as an initial step to learn you’re more than your score. My hope is that you’ll become active in your pursuit to understand your relationship with credit and learn how to establish, maintain, improve, or fix your credit.
So what’s your score?
Credit score matters because it’s a reflection of the information found on your credit report. The information on your credit report is based on how you’ve handled credit in the past and managing it today. The score makes it easier to see where you stand.