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IndustryPersonal finance, Software
FateShut down by parent company Bankrate
HeadquartersDetroit, Michigan
Key people
Todd Albery, CEO
Productscredit monitoring, credit report, credit score

Quizzle was a website that offered a free VantageScore 3.0 credit score and a free TransUnion credit report every three months.[citation needed] Quizzle was a tool to help consumers gain a complete understanding of their credit and provides tools to help users repair their credit and report problems with their credit report.

The company, founded in 2008,[citation needed] was privately held and owned by Dan Gilbert. It was part of a "family" of companies that includes the Cleveland Cavaliers, Fathead, and Quicken Loans.[citation needed] As of April 2015, Quizzle was owned and operated by Bankrate, Inc.

In early 2016, Quizzle began using TransUnion as a replacement for Equifax, and VantageScore 3.0 for CE credit score.[citation needed]

In 2019, Quizzle was shut down and web site visitors are now directed to the site of its former owner Bankrate.

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