Financial Privacy

Call Don’t Click Update: Appendix D – Archive of relevant AnnualCreditReport.com privacy policies

Report home | Read the report (PDF) | Previous section | Next section   (Available for the online version of the report only.) TransUnion annualcreditreport.com site privacy policy: PDF TransUnion standard privacy policy: PDF Experian annualcreditreport.com site privacy policy: PDF Experian standard privacy policy: same as above. Equifax annualcreditreport.com privacy policy: PDF Equifax standard privacy

Call Don’t Click Update: Appendix E – Imposter sites associated with Domain Sponsor

Domain Sponsor is a pay-per-click company that hosts an unusually high number of imposter sites. Here is a list of imposter sites specifically tied to Domain Sponsor. These listings were current during the research period ending June 30, 2005.

Call Don’t Click: Updated Consumer tips for retrieving your federally mandated free credit report

Financial and Internet privacy — Before you call, click, or mail away for your federally mandated free credit report, read these tips to help you avoid potential problems. This consumer tip sheet includes graphics to show you what problematic “fake” free credit sites look like, and includes consumer-tested tips for safely receiving your free reports. The tip sheet also includes resources with information, phone numbers, and addresses for ordering your report.

Call Don’t Click: Why it’s smarter to order a federally mandated credit report via the phone instead of the internet

A new report issued today by the World Privacy Forum in advance of the March 1 rollout of free credit reports to Midwestern U.S. residents shows that consumers may be better off calling or mailing for their federally mandated free credit report instead of going online for it.

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