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Watching Your Credit Score

By: One Nevada Credit Union / 18 May 2018
Watching Your Credit Score

It's 2:00 a.m. do you know where your credit score is?

Today's world moves at the speed of data. In case you're curious, that's really, really fast. And lurking in the shadows of that high-speed, data-centric world are scammers, hackers and credit thieves.

While it's impossible to keep a 24/7 vigil on every aspect of your financial life, One Nevada makes it possible to keep a very close eye on your credit. Through our partnership with SavvyMoney®, you can have access to your credit score and credit report anytime you like for FREE. Plus, you can even setup alerts to monitor your credit activity. This can help protect you from the fraudsters.

Don't Follow the Crowd According to the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), 32% of Americans have never looked at their credit report and 44% of adults haven't looked at their credit score in the past 12 months. That's staggering, considering what could be in there, specifically duplicate and fraudulent accounts opened in your name without your consent. Both your score and the report can help you spot potential problems before they make you ineligible for a loan or cost you more money.

Protect Yourself Get savvy with your money by getting involved with your credit report and your score. SavvyMoney® is a free member benefit that includes:


• Your current credit score

• Credit report reviews

• Credit score and report alerts

• Reviews of your credit usage

• Online financial guidance

SavvyMoney® is available whenever you're ready. Just login to online banking at or in our mobile app. Then choose ‘credit score' from the main menu.

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