The Use of the term "Eqifax" is for the benefit of searchers who use that specific term.
Equifax Credit Report
Equifax is the oldest of the three major credit reporting bureaus in the United States. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the company has a significant presence overseas as well although its preeminent region of operation is within the US.
We are featuring here a number of the broad selection of financial services Equifax has to offer. These are services of primary interest to our visitors. For consumers looking for other services, particularly those intended for commercial and corporate institutions, please use a relevant Web search. Factor in a number of consistent misspellings of the company's brand including Eqifax, Equefax and Equafax.
Equifax 3-in-1 Credit Report
This is the Equifax version of the now popular 3 in 1 credit report service. Signing up for this entitles you to a service including report information from Experian and TransUnion as well. Provides a Line-by-line comparison of your credit history with Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.
The Equifax Score Watch
This service provides continuous monitoring of your FICOŽ Credit Score by Equifax. It includes a comprehensive analysis of variables affecting your score and updates you whenever a change in your FICOŽ Score is likely to impact interest rates you may receive in the future.
It provides educational material to give you a better understanding of what your Score consists of information to better understand what your particular number means. It also provides daily monitoring of your credit report.
Also included is up to $20,000 Identity Theft Insurance with no deductible at no additional charge to you. This however comes with certain limitations and exclusions. Please see offer terms at the service issuer's website.
Equifax Score Power
This is an advanced version of the Score Watch and features an Interactive Score Simulator demonstrating how your actions may change your FICOŽ score. It adds a neat hands-on feature which gives an explanation of what your credit score means, and compares it with national averages. It also provides a graph of how lenders view you