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Equifax, TransUnion and Experian will keep offering free credit reports to U.S. consumers through next year

Equifax, TransUnion and Experian will keep offering free credit reports to U.S. consumers through next year

Credit reporting agencies Equifax Inc. , TransUnion and Dublin-based Experian PLC said Friday that they will continue to offer free weekly credit reports to U.S. consumers through the end of 2023. "This benefit will help consumers manage their financial health during a period of rising inflation and unprecedented economic uncertainty coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.," the companies said in a statement. Shares of Equifax have dropped 41.2% year to date through Thursday, TransUnion's stock has