Posts Tagged - 'credit bureaus'

Foreclosures and Credit Reports

April 24, 2013, by Beth May

4 million Americans faced foreclosures that never should have happened and now, they’re realizing just how hard it is to remove them from their credit reports.

None Immune from ID Theft

April 1, 2013, by Jon Dell

John Roberts, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, had his credit cards stolen last week. It’s a reminder that no one is really ever safe.

More Big Name Identities Hacked

March 13, 2013, by Antonio Bard

Celebrities found out that a group had hijacked names and social security numbers and then promptly made them public. Today, First Lady Obama is the latest victim of identity theft.

4 Bad Choices the Financial Sector Hopes You Make

May 22, 2012, by Antonio Bard

We’ve all been taught the importance of paying bills on time and why we should avoid payday loans. The financial sector as a whole is hoping you’ll make those mistakes often – it improves their bottom lines.

New Netspend BET Prepaid Card Offer

April 11, 2012, by Jon Dell

NetSpend and BET, the media and entertainment company, are preparing to release their co-branded prepaid credit card. It will target the nation’s African Americans.

Updated Credit Card Glossary

February 21, 2012, by Jon Dell

While the terminology often stays quite consistent in the credit card and financial industries, there are those times when a update is good for the wallet. Here, you’ll find the most commonly used terms.

Handling Your Late Credit Card Payments

December 27, 2011, by Jon Dell

Missed a credit card payment? It’s not the end of the world, but you have golden opportunities to work with your card company.

Guaranteed Credit Card Approval Offers

December 15, 2011, by Jon Dell

Building or rebuilding your credit history can be challenging. These offers can help you reach your goals.