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Social Media, Identity Theft, and Debt Collectors
Being active on social media is a great way to reconnect with old friends and find new ones, but it offers a dangerous window of opportunity for identity thieves and debt collectors. Many social media sites make money by selling targeted advertising. They encourage users to provide as much personal information as possible so they can charge more for better targeting. The problem is that your...
5 Important Changes That Will Affect Your Credit Report This Year (maybe)
Thank you New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman! After a year-long investigation and aggressive negotiations, the three big credit reporting companies have some important changes to make. This is a win for consumer rights across the nation… but don’t celebrate just yet. Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax have more than three years to implement the required changes and the burden of proof will still be on the consumers when...
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Credit Restoration Begins A Journey Of Hope For Seniors
Making a new financial start at any age is difficult, but it can be particularly challenging if you're already close to retirement age. But don't lose hope! With a little bit of financial knowledge and dedicated work, you can get back on your feet and enjoy the retirement that you deserve. People are living longer than ever before. Often well into their 70s, 80s, and 90s. You...
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