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See what's helping or hurting your FICO® Score, learn how your credit report impacts your score and interact with your credit in a completely re-imagined way. Always be in the know with credit monitoring and alerts that notify you when key changes to your Experian Credit Report & FICO Score occur.
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Better understand the kind of information lenders see – like credit accounts, inquiries and public records.
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Know when your FICO® Score changes, new accounts are opened in your name or new inquiries appear on your credit report.
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Easily see a breakdown of your accounts.
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• Fixed an issue that prevented some users from signing in
• Bug fixes and other minor improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I’m 40 and just decided to finally decide to work in my credit.
I’m a 40 year old male and never really worried about credit. I guess cause of growing up with parents they were in the real-estate business and also the vp of my fathers trucking business at 18 I always paid for everything with cash or just wrote a check on the company. Well do to a one of our drivers of my dads trucking business having a horrible fatal accident in my fathers truck it caused a snow ball effect and my father not only lost hi trucking business with 4 6 axel dump trucks he also lost 7 apartment buildings my home and his and my moms. So to make a long story short I was homeless out of a job and lost. I never new much about credit and how it worked. Well over the past 4 months I been checking my credit and trying to build credit. This app has helped me tremendously along with the other 2 bureaus. I was shocked to find out the wrong info on my report also to find out that someone got cell phones cable and other items in my name. Filing a dispute is easy and being able to check my report everyday and getting the alerts is good. I got my very first credit card and my credit went from a 412 to a 617 since using this app and working with the bureaus I know it’s not that high but watching it climb gives me something to watch for. Thanks a lot for all the help. Great app
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for the stars! We're so sorry to hear about losing the business, but we're so happy that you were able to come back from it! We strive to make the app as easy as possible to explore through and learn as much as you can about how you can build your credit. If you ever have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, don't hesitate to reach out. Thanks again and have a great day!
The app works great.. Experian, however...
It’s interesting how we have to jump through so many hoops to prove ourselves to be us. However when someone wants to report you to the credit bureaus, the credit bureaus asked them no questions. I have companies doing inquiries on me constantly. I freeze my account so no one can pull my credit bureau until I need a credit card or a car loan. But then I have to turn around and freeze it immediately otherwise an unauthorized company will pull my credit without proving that I asked them to. All three bureaus need to change their practices as far as what information they are willing to distribute about us. If a company wants to call and claim we owe them money, the bureaus take their word for it. But when we call and dispute something, we are have to answer 1 million questions and then wait 30 days to see if no name company wants to keep their usually fraudulent information about us on our bureaus. It makes you wonder if the credit bureaus are taking money from these companies to have information about us on the bureaus so they can jack up our interest rates even if our credit is otherwise spotless.
But other than that I’m glad this new app came out because this one is free for me and the last one was 25 bucks a month.
Hate new/this app
I have used Experian’s mobile credit app for 5+ years and paying for the monthly subscription. Suddenly the app just stopped working and come to find out they put out this new one. I tried this new one and it’s awful. It’s totally redesigned and selling all kinds of new stuff. The interface is discombobulated and not simple. Only way to view the old stuff is use a browser that doesn’t work great on mobile devices. I just cancelled my subscription as I don’t want this new app and hate the browser version. I’ll be purchasing a differed credit application. I’m really bummed as I really enjoyed the previous app and sad I can no longer use it as Experian deleted it from the App Store and made it not work for those that already had it installed. I’m sure it’s not the developers faults; I’m betting it was a bunch of higher ups that chose these in app purchases all over the place over catering to a smoother transition for their long time clients. Well...good luck to those higher ups, you’ve lost me but maybe you’ll get a whole bunch of brand new clients, hopefully they are as loyal as I was and hopefully you take care of them better than you did your long time subscribers. I still love your developers as they has such an amazing app for so long and sorry they made you make so many changes that cut off my long time use of your previous beautiful and easy to use app.
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Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.