It’s Experian, Not Expedian!
Posted on May 14th, 2012 By: Josh
One of the most commonly mispronounced (and, as such, mistakenly researched) terms in the credit report industry is Experian. Namely in that it’s mispronounced/mistakenly researched as Expedian. Normally we wouldn’t go all official and write an article about this, but we felt is was clearly necessary in this instance since those researching about Experian are certainly doing so for the right reasons.
In case you didn’t know, Experian (not Expedian) is one of the three major credit reporting bureaus. In layman’s terms, they are one of the three main bureaus whose complex and specific-to-their-own-company algorithms and formulas are what ultimately calculates your credit score at their particular institution.
Since Expedian is more akin to Expedia — the travel site — we felt that we needed to clear up this misconception while also providing real, actual info on Experian. In addition to, of course, our suggestions on which free credit report providers you should utilize who can give you the credit reporting information you need for yourself at the Expedian bureau. Err, Experian bureau, rather. You see? You’ve got us all confused now, too!
So let’s just skip all this talk about Expedian and Experian. In the end, it’s not important, as the three free credit report providers we’re about to provide you with below can all properly provide you with everything you need to know about your personal file over at Expedian/Experian.
- Don’t Worry About Your Expedian Research — Click Here to Get Your Experian Credit Score and Other Applicable Information at FreeScore360.com!
- Don’t Worry About Your Expedian Research — Click Here to Get Your Experian Credit Score and Other Applicable Information at CreditReport.com!
- Don’t Worry About Your Expedian Research — Click Here to Get Your Experian Credit Score and Other Applicable Information at Profinity.com!
What are you waiting for? There are credit scores to be raised and past credit histories to be fixed. So let’s get the process started today. Good luck!
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