Welcome to Quizzle, a web site that is dedicated to putting you back in control of credit and finances.
Navigation is not only simple, but will also answer important questions you have. The navigation tabs are: What Is Quizzle? Why Use Quizzle? Quizzle Reviews, and Get Started.
I suggest navigating them in order. Learn what Quizzle is, why you should use it, and what other people think of it before getting started yourself.
What you’ll find is a site full of financial tools to help you understand your credit, credit score, and help to get your finances back in shape. Even if you have good credit this site can help you maintain it.
When you’ve reviewed all that information and are ready to dive in, click into the Get Started section, and then click the Next Step: Let’s Get Started button.
Fill out the form with your name, address, phone number, what your living status is (rent/own/live rent free) and whether you are thinking of buying a home. Then fill in the code to prove you are human and click the Next Step Tell Us About You button.
In the next step you’ll fill in the form with your date of birth, gross annual income, amount of savings, whether you or your spouse is a veteran, and how you heard about Quizzle. Then you’ll click the Next Step Final Account Information button.
Here you’ll provide your e-mail address, create a password, and agree to the Terms and Conditions of the site. Then click the Accept and Continue button. Then you’ll need to check your e-mail and confirm your address to finish making your account. Just click the verification link Quizzle sends you, and you’ll be whisked back to the site where you can now login.
The first thing you’ll do when you login is get your credit report. You’ll have to answer a selection of questions correctly and in the time limit provided as a security measure. Once they have retrieved your credit report, you’ll be able to see what your credit score is, as well as check out on the report in its entirety.
They offer a lot of products to help you stay on top of your finances, but don’t feel like you have to buy them. I found just going through each section (I skipped the home one, since I’m not even remotely thinking of buying a house in the near future.) and using the features that are provided for free with your account can be eye opening. I had no idea that over the course of the year I’m spending a fourth of my income paying for my home telephone/internet/and cable television.