ScoreSense.com Reviews

About ScoreSense.com

ScoreSense, at www.ScoreSense.com, claims to make it easy for people to manage their credit, stay protected from identity thieves, and to be aware of whether or not there are any criminals living in their neighborhood.

They provide services in three categories: credit reports and scores, credit monitoring, and identity and personal protection.

Their credit reports and scores services will provide you with all three credit reports and scores, will show you how to correct or dispute any errors on your reports, and offers information on understanding and improving your credit score.

The credit monitoring services give you instant alerts on changes to your credit, including notices of delinquent payments or new account openings, credit score tracking, and even a service that will help predict changes to your credit score if you miss a payment or take other actions that affect your credit.

Finally, their identity and personal protection tells you your risk of identity theft, maps out the convicted sex offenders in your neighborhood, and monitors public records, including the internet, to let you know when and how your name appears.

When you sign up for ScoreSense, you will immediately be charged a $1.00 processing fee to begin your 7 day trial. If you do not cancel your membership by the end of the 7 day trial, you will be charged $29.95 every 30 days to continue your subscription.

To cancel your membership, call 1-800-972-7204. 

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Don't use Scoresense

Reviewed By Jennifer on September 30, 2016

I cancelled after four months of paying this. I got a Capital One card that provides this service for free. I have another 25 days of paid service because I just paid it. However they told me that my service stops immediately. So they charged me $40 bucks for a month of service and provided five days of service. Just a warning to others, this company is shady at the least.

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January 30, 2017

I don't know who's worse, people who expect others to provide a service for free or people who use that desire to sign people to a monthly service. Be mad at yourself for expecting something for nothing. The phone reps are under severe pressure to retain customers and held to percentages. Most of these people are just looking for a decent opportunity, then get stuck in the middle. All of you who want a credit report for free are causing people to lose jobs. You and onetech are both shameful.

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I was overcharged at $45.94/Thought it was 1.00 refundable freecredit report

Reviewed By daniel on April 1, 2016

This IS A MAJOR SCAM. I called in as soon as i was charged on my account and asked her whats going on. She told me that i didnt call within the 7 day free trail. Then she proceeds to tell me that i was only charge $39.00 or some bullshit . I told here I'm looking at my bank statement and it says, your company charged me 45.94 . she says, no we charged you $39.00. So now im in the process of disputing it with my bank and them. DONT GO TO THIS COMPANY FOR ANY CREDIT REPORTING !!!!!!!!!!!

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Never had a problem

Reviewed By MrSkrimps on February 18, 2016

I've had my account with Scoresense for nearly 5 years. I've never had an issue. Customer service is always fast, and incredibly helpful - the best part is I RARELY ever have to call them. I don't understand how these reports of folks saying things like "It's not free!" and "They ripped me off!!". I actually just went through the sign up process like I did 5 years ago and clearly states that AFTER the 7 day FREE trial, you will BE BILLED per month accordingly. People need to slow down, and READ what they're engaging in before handing over credit card information and clicking the submit button. Rule of thumb in a Capitalist FREE MARKET economy - NOTHING, I repeat NOTHING is EVER free...otherwise Capitalism doesn't work. ;) If you're the sort of person who reads before they commit to an agreement, and looking for a solid monitoring service, Scoresense is just that (not to mention the generous identity theft compensation that's included in your account).

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September 30, 2016

Wow, you have spent $2,400 on this service.

October 01, 2016

Wow, Judge much Judgy McJudgerton? So what? How much does a person spend a year on Netflix? Hulu? Spotify? AAA Membership? Burger king? Dvds? HBO GO? Besides, I signed up during a promotion and only spend 10 a month. So 600 and some change in the last 5 years. Small price to pay for nonstop access to my credit, monthly report refresh, 24/7 monitoring, identity theft protection up to 1 million dollars, and until recently visibility into known sex offenders in my area. Nice horse by the way.

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scammed

Reviewed By Debbie on February 15, 2016

Please do not go to or if you do, do not give any information as they will take your money and run. I was stupid enough to think I was getting the free credit scores but fell for the need to charge you and then you get it back scam! Did not know I was being charged until it showed in my bank account and now they say I waited past the trial period to contact them.

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Reviewed By mary on November 24, 2015

I never signed up for their service as I have no need for it. I clicked on the FREE part. They started taking nearly $30.00 out of y checking acct. every month for 8 months. I didn't catch it because I was extremely ill and not on top of things. I think this is mostly a criminal enterprise. If you have to trick people into signing up, then you are a criminal. When I contacted them, they agreed to return only one month of charges. I will now visit my local prosecutors office, the state attorney general's office and anyone else I can find who may be able to lower the hammer on these predators.

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