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Credit Bureau Fails Again


Credit reporting agency sued by State Mississippi has sued credit reporting giant Experian, alleging sweeping errors in the company’s data and routine violations of consumer protection laws. Mississippi’s action — and a previously unreported multi-state investigation of credit bureaus led … Continue reading

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Credit Check Errors Go Unchecked!


Americans are virtually powerless to correct damaging mistakes in their credit reports because of loopholes and obstacles in the federal law governing credit-reporting agencies, an Ohio newspaper reported. The lack of government regulation allows errors that wrongly deny thousands of … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just About Credit, It’s About Finances!


Seems there is a great deal more month left when the money runs short, especially in today’s economy.  And seriously, I wonder where I spent it all. Up comes that dreaded word, BUDGET!  I know, we all talk about doing … Continue reading

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Protect Your Credit Privacy – Opt Out!


If you’ve ever wondered why you receive solicitations for credit in the mail, it’s because your personal credit information is being sold by the credit bureaus (Equifax, Trans Union & Experian).  They have gathered an enormous amount of credit, employment, … Continue reading

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