I do not, and I would advise extreme caution in that regard. In order to obtain the report, you will need to provide the source with at least your name, your date of birth, and your Social Security number. With that information, almost anyone can obtain all of your financial information, including bank accounts, credit cards, loan history, etc. That information may also contain derogatory comments attributable to previous employers, landlords, and (shudder) ex-wives. With a little more work and some guile, your medical history/records can be exposed. And so can any past brushes with the legal system, no matter your guilt or innocence.
Scared? You should be. So rather than trying to obtain a "free" report from an uncertain source, I would suggest that you pay a relatively small fee to one of the legitimate credit reporting agencies such as Equifax
Good luck and be careful. Privacy is a precious commodity.