Lawsuit charges FreeCreditReport.com misleads, costs consumers

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Almost everyone has seen one (or more!) of those ads for FreeCreditReport.com, in which a crew of lovable slackers miss out on chances to better themselves because of their lousy credit. Perhaps because they're distracted by the goofy jingle, what a lot of people don't realize at first is that the "free" credit report isn't so free: Signing up to receive one actually means signing up for a $15-per-month credit-monitoring report called Triple Advantage.


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