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Credit freeze poll

Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia either allow, or will soon allow, any consumer to put their credit reports and scores in lockdown through what is called a security freeze. No one will be able to access the consumer's credit files unless the consumer lifts the freeze.

But we want to know your opinion:

Poll

Had success or frustration with fraud alerts, credit monitoring services or credit freezes? Tell us about it.

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