Blog Category - 'Bad Credit'

Is it Time for CFPB to Show Freddie Mac How it’s Done?

March 25, 2013, by Jon Dell

Is it time for Freddie Mac to step aside and let the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau take over for homeowners?

Is Your Credit Keeping You Single?

March 6, 2013, by Beth May

Right or wrong, many are seeing their credit scores as burdens that hold them down. But does society support this mindset that our credit scores dictate who we are?

Alternative Credit Options

February 11, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Qualifying for credit is next to impossible for some consumers, but new credit alternatives could provide new options for mortgages and credit problems.

New Debt Collector Targets: Student Loans

October 18, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Behind on your student loans? If you’re not already being hounded by debt collectors, you will be soon.

“In Debt” Doesn’t Equate to a Loss of Rights

August 28, 2012, by Antonio Bard

If you’ve ever been behind in your financial obligations, there’s a good chance you dealt with a bill collector.

90% Credit Card Lawsuits Flawed

August 21, 2012, by Beth May

The credit card industry is facing a potential scandal similar to the foreclosure robosigning catastrophe.

Citibank Hosts Foreclosure Prevention Event

August 1, 2012, by Antonio Bard

Citibank continues its efforts of helping homeowners find a better solution that will prevent foreclosures.

Green Dot: ‘Best Card for Alternative Checking Account’

July 6, 2012, by Jon Dell

Looking for a low fee prepaid debit card? Consider Green Dot as it was just named the best prepaid debit card by Card Hub in its annual review.

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