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19,178 Identity Theft Victims Per Day - Are You One Of Them?


Identity theft statistics are shocking. And we are told that it will only become worse, before it gets any better.

Credit Damage: Getting Compensated for Your Loss


Until recently lawyers for victims of credit damage had little possibility to collect for damages beyond medical treatment, lost wages and property loss. Insurance companies threw up their hands in sympathy, claiming victims can only be compensated for what can be measured - tangible goods and services.

3 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score by 50 Points In Less Than 30 Days


In Less Than 30 Days."What can you do to increase that set of three numbers on your credit report that can be so important with your financing?"I came across this question as I was surfing discussion groups the other day.

To Repair Credit Is No longer Satisfactory - Learn How To Earn A Millionaires Credit In 30 Days...


To repair your bad credit does not necessarily mean that you now have a good credit, absolutely not. When most people have bad credit, they either purchase a credit repair book or seek a credit expert help.

4 Steps to Creating Good Credit


As a consumer you've learned the importance of establishing a good credit rating with your lenders. Whether you are shopping for a new home or auto, or searching for the best deals on insurance, your credit worthiness will be judged by your credit rating or credit score.

Beware of Falling Minimum Payments


If you opened a credit card statement recently and were pleasantly surprised to find that your minimum payment due was lowered, don't be so quick to "jump for joy". What may appear as a small boost to your monthly budget is actually the rock that can weigh you down in debt for a lifetime.

Convenience Can Be Costly


You've just opened your credit card bill and attached to your statement you find a "convenience check" included. It may already be filled out with a dollar amount such as $300, $500, or even $1,000.

Credit Repair Scams


"Erase Bad Debt !""Remove Negative Items From Your Credit Report"You've probably seen these headlines and others just like it promising to clean up or "fix" bad credit. For someone who suffers from a bad or poor credit rating, these headlines are certainly an appealing offer.

Debit Card vs. Credit Card, What Are The Differences ?


Ah, the "good old days". If you are a baby boomer, like me, then you probably remember how important it was to rush to the bank on payday.

How Healthy Is Your Credit


There's only one way to discover the "health" of your credit. You need to examine your credit report.

Top 5 Credit Misconceptions


We have all heard the rumors?from neighbors, relatives or friends. There are a wide variety of myths floating around about what you should and shouldn't do to improve your credit reports and credit scores.

Your Guide On Choosing a Credit Card To Suit You


Reach into your wallet or purse, pull out a card, swipe, and you're done. It is very easy to use a credit card.

4 Steps You Can Take If Your Online Credit Card Application Has Been Refused


Help! I've Been Turned DownYou received an envelope in the mail with a great offer for a low interest credit card. You read all the details, even the boring small print and decided that this card fit your needs to a tee.

7 Surefire Ways To Repair Bad Credit


Do you have a poor credit rating? If so, you are one of tens of thousands of Americans with the same problem. In fact, it seems that this has become a national 'disease.

5 Surefire Ways To Eliminate Credit Card Debt


Do you have enormous credit card debt? You are certainly not alone. According to research, the average family in the United States has $7000 in credit card debt and pays about $1000 in interest each year! Throw in a late payment or two, or an over-the-limit charge, and that number skyrockets.

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The Economist (blog)

Americans will no longer have to sign for credit-card purchases ...
The Economist (blog)
AMERICANS, and people who travel to America, have good reason to celebrate this month. By the end of April, the four major credit-card networks in the country will all stop requiring retailers to collect signatures from customers when completing ...

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CNBC

Credit scores could jump 30 points this month - CNBC.com
CNBC
Starting this week, some consumers may have a higher credit score. Because of improved standards for utilizing new and existing public records, the three major credit reporting companies are now excluding all tax liens from credit reports. That means ...
Should You Get A Credit Card? | Bankrate.comBankrate.com

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WTOP

When to ignore credit card advice
WTOP
Credit card tips might be easier to understand when they're binary — do this, don't do that — but that advice usually doesn't apply to everybody. In fact, some advice could hurt more than help. Here's a sampling of conventional wisdom on credit cards ...
Shopping for a new credit card may save you moneyWDTN.com
When to ignore credit card advice | The Seattle TimesSeattle Times

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Money Magazine

Best Travel Credit Card: Chase Sapphire Reserve vs SPG AmEx ...
Money Magazine
What's the best premium travel credit card? The Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury card faces off with Chase Sapphire Reserve.
The 5 best 'no foreign transaction fee' credit cards that will save you ...Business Insider

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Forbes

How To Improve the Child Tax Credit for Very Low-Income Families
Forbes
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made many changes to the individual income tax. In particular, the child tax credit (CTC) was increased to provide families with a tax credit of up to $2,000 per child under age 17 and other dependents were provided a credit ...

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CNBC

Here's what happens when you don't pay off your credit card balance in full
CNBC
Nearly half of Americans have been carrying a credit card balance for two or more years. And the average household with revolving credit card debt owes $6,081. But not making payments in full and carrying a balance can add up, thanks to exorbitant ...



Variety

BondIt Media Capital Closes $20 Million Credit Facility (EXCLUSIVE)
Variety
BondIt Media Capital has closed an institutional credit facility of $20 million from Texas-based hedge fund Revere Capital. BondIt said on Thursday that the facility will leverage its ability to provide financing solutions to the ever-growing number of ...



Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Puerto Rico: SUNY students can get credit for rebuilding
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new college-credit program for SUNY and CUNY students who volunteer in Puerto Rico.
wgrz.com | SUNY students get credit for aiding Puerto RicoWGRZ.com

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New Lows In Credit Spreads?
Seeking Alpha
On March 2nd, 2017 we bottomed in corporate credit spreads (Baa-CCC Credit Spread) after a surge in 2016 and a thorough scare in the credit markets. The Baa-CCC Corporate Credit spread bottomed at 503 basis points before rising to a multi-month high of ...



Forbes

The Best And Worst States To Live In With A Bad Credit Score
Forbes
North Dakota has the second fewest consumer complaints lodged to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. 5. Wisconsin. Wisconsin has the 7th highest credit score of any state, the 4th lowest level of credit card debt and the 14th lowest mortgage debt ...


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