Every day, I deal with people who are suffering from some kind of creditor/debtor problem - -they're in foreclosure or are being sued by a credit card company or need to refinance their house or might have their car taken away -- and many of those people have no idea what their credit score is, what's on their credit report, how things get there, and what they can do about it.
All those things are important because it helps tell me whether a wrongful lawsuit caused you damages, whether you might refinance your house quickly, whether there's any harm to filing a bankruptcy, and more. Knowing what your credit score is, what's on your credit report, and how these things work is critical to being an active participant in today's society.
And you can get that information at the credit report website run by Best Credit Report Site. (Catchy name, right?) They'll give you information on what your FICO score is, how to dispute your credit report, how to read and analyze your report, and more.
Become informed about something that's critically important: know about how your credit score and credit reports are formed and handled. Click that link for more information.