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>I ended up accepting the offer, and when the paperwork came, I called that same day, thanked
> them for the free credit report (which turned out to be from Equifax) and told them I didn't think I'd
>be needing the membership.

I did that some time ago and was almost completely bored with the result. All my info was correct, and none of it bad. The only thing on there I didn't expect is a credit card company (who used to send me offers weekly) was checking up on me every month for over a year. Their name was all over the report. Why would anybody do that? Should I be concerned about it?
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