Monitoring Your Credit Score + My Favorite App For That


  1. That app sounds pretty amazing. I had no clue something like that even existed! Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

  2. I signed up for an account last night! It was super easy and I’m stoked to find out my credit score has moved into the “excellent” range. Woot Woot!

  3. Downloaded it!

    I love your Molly’s Money posts! They’re so helpful for me since I’m really just beginning to handle my money correctly!

  4. Thanks for sharing! I honestly have no clue what my credit score is. I’m kind of scared to check, even though I don’t have any debt. It’s about time I check though!

  5. This is so helpful! Honestly, the only time I’ve thought about my credit score was when I was applying to my apartment. I really should pay more attention to it!

  6. I didn’t even know there was a free app for that! Totally downloading ASAP! I got signed up for some plan on awhile back and it was a nightmare dealing with them to reverse the charges (though I did finally get them to do it). Thanks for this!

  7. To sound off, I have never heard of credit sesame and am very impressed with the information you have publicized on your blog. Thanks Molly! I have had a smart phone for years (currently an iPhone) and DO regularly monitor my credit report. Matter of fact, I just requested my report this month.

    I agree that it is very important to know where one stands in the credit world and one must be proactive to protecting against fraud. Identity theft is common knowledge but people don’t take it seriously until they have been affected by it and react after they have been affected. Just simply monitoring your credit report once a year can minimize the long term losses one suffers from being a victim.

    I was a financial advisor for over a decade. I assistsd people with budgets and allocating assrts by investing in vehicles to make money. Today, more people need help with borrowing money and reducing debt. I believe in my heart i want to change the world for the better. So, I changed capacities when I moved to the south. I currently work for a Coastal Federal Credit Union (which is a non-profit financial institution) as a relationship manager in Raleigh. One of my responsibilities is to help people with lending needs and ultimetly make a difference in their lives by helping them make money and save money. This is why I took this position. To help people. I educate them about credit and can offer ways to help repair credit if necessary. I will be adding this to my list of tools for them.

    Thank you Molly!!

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