Member Services » Credit Score
A credit score is a number that represents your creditworthiness. While you may not realize it in your day-to-day finances, a credit score can impact your goals, like buying a car, finding a place to live or even getting a job.
UW Credit Union lets you see your credit score for free with
CreditView™ in Web Branch.
Get started and try these features to learn more about how to build and maintain good credit:
Credit ScoreCheck your credit score—refreshed daily—based on a widely used scoring model and track your credit score’s progress over time.
AlertsAutomatically receive email alerts in real time if changes are made to your credit profile (such as new inquiries, trade lines or public records). Or, if no changes are made in 30 days, you'll receive a monthly notification verifying there were no reported changes to your credit files.
Credit SimulatorTest financial scenarios, like getting a loan or cancelling your oldest credit card, to see how they may impact your score.
EducationLearn how to improve your credit score today and maintain it for tomorrow.
Consumers can request one free credit report from each of the three credit reporting agencies every 12 months. Each agency could have different information, so you may want to stagger your requests from each agency during a 12-month period. Submit your request online or call 877-322-8228.
Information You'll Need to Order Your Credit Report
Before you place your request, you'll need to gather the following information:
- Social Security number
- Date of birth
- Current address
- Previous address (if you have moved within the past two years)
- One of your credit card numbers and its credit limit
- Mortgage account number, if you have a mortgage
- Installment loan account number, if you have an installment loan (e.g., student, auto, personal loan)
Credit Bureau Contact Information
To order a report or to report fraud, visit the following websites: