Asked by Joe  |  Submitted January 08, 2017

Why do I have to give my Social Security number to get my credit score?

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January 09, 2017

Your SSN is a unique identifier that is connected to your credit record. We need that in order to verify your identity, and to access your credit information on your behalf. Rest assured we are committed to keeping your information safe and secure. When you register for Credit Manager by MoneyTips you gain access to not only your credit score for free, but also your full credit report. This information cannot be accessed without your Social Security number.

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