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January 30, 2006


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Regarding #9 - You can easily do this because you are entitled to one free credit report per year from each of the three credit reporting companies. I check each company once a year, but I space them out by 4 months. In effect, it's like those monitoring services all the credit companies try to get you to pay for.

One more tip. I put a reminder in MS Outlook so I never forget.

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