To make things easy, you can schedule your freeze removal up to 15 days in advance of when you plan on having your creditor pull your report. So, if you wish to unfreeze more than 15 days from today, just plan to log in closer to the date when you want your credit report unfrozen.
Building on your good credit habits
Protecting your information, like using a credit freeze, puts you in control of your credit health and data identity. It’s a great safeguard for when you’re not actively house or car shopping or seeking other credit opportunities.
Now that you’ve taken that responsible step of protecting your information, consider building on that good habit by regularly monitoring your credit reports. A subscription to TransUnion Credit Monitoring can further help you manage your data identity with confidence. It provides daily refreshes of your credit report and alerts you to critical account changes to any of your 3-bureau credit reports. Continuously practicing good habits will help you build a healthy credit profile and allow you to capitalize on opportunities you deserve.