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Are Their Alternatives to USAA's Credit Monitoring Premium?

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USAA offers it's members a product called "Credit Monitoring Premium" that allows you to view all 3 credit bureau reports monthly. Unfortunately, they locked the door on non-military members before I could sign up. I am hoping that someone can recommend an alternative product that will let me do this. Thanks in advance!

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