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Four branches are now open to serve your needs: Medical Center is open M-F 9-5. University Avenue and Pampas Lane are open M-F 9-5 and Saturdays 9-4. Embarcadero Road is open M-F from 8-5. Our Redwood City and Tresidder Branches remain closed. All other banking services continue as usual. Contact us 24/7 at 888.723.7328 with questions or concerns, or send a secure Message through Online or Mobile Banking. COVID-19 Updates.

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Four branches are now open to serve your needs: Medical Center is open M-F 9-5. University Avenue and Pampas Lane are open M-F 9-5 and Saturdays 9-4. Embarcadero Road is open M-F from 8-5. Our Redwood City and Tresidder Branches remain closed. All other banking services continue as usual. Contact us 24/7 at 888.723.7328 with questions or concerns, or send a secure Message through Online or Mobile Banking. COVID-19 Updates.

Can you get me a copy of my credit report?

You can get your own credit report for free by visiting annualcreditreport.com.

Your credit score is a reflection of the information contained in your credit report, and we encourage members to review their credit report regularly.  Here’s what you should look for and what it means to your credit:

  • Accuracy – Review the entire report for general accuracy. If you see any accounts that you didn’t open or any existing accounts with errors, you should contact the credit bureau to request a correction.
  • Inquiries – Your credit report will show who has been accessing your credit report. There are two types of inquiries:
    • Soft inquiries include inquiries made by creditors with whom you already have a credit account, inquiries where you’re monitoring your own credit, or when your credit is checked by a lender to make you a pre-approved credit offer. Since lenders are not making a lending decision or guaranteeing approval, these inquiries are typically considered promotional and won’t affect your credit score.
    • Hard inquiries occur when a business has accessed your credit report in connection with an application for credit. If you see any hard inquiries that you don’t recognize, it may be an indication that someone is attempting to obtain credit using your name and social security number. In that event, you should quickly report the inquiry to the credit bureau.

 

Your Free Credit Report
Under federal law, you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report once every 12 months from each of the three credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. The bureaus have established one central service for consumers to contact:

Annual Credit Report Request Service
Website: annualcreditreport.com
Telephone: 877-322-8228
Mail: P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA 30348

You can obtain your three reports all at once, or stagger your requests throughout the year to monitor your credit more frequently. Your credit score is not included with the report, although you can purchase it for a fee. You can also find your FICO® Score in Online or Mobile Banking—this is provided free and updated quarterly!

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