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National Consumer Assistance Plan – BIG News for your Credit Report
There are new reasons to take a close look at your credit report - The National Consumer Assistance Plan. In 2015, all three Credit Reporting Agencies (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion) agreed to create and enforce this updated set of regulations called the National Consumer Assistance Plan. You can kind of think of it as a booster shot for the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The Fair...
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How to check your credit report for free for the rest of your life
You know that you should check your credit report regularly to manage your credit score and keep tabs on your finances. But, it can get expensive to pay for monthly credit monitoring. What if you could check your credit report for free... forever? You can! And there are no tricks or gimmicks. All you need is a computer and a calendar. Here's how... You are entitled by law to a free copy...
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Why the credit reporting system is flawed
Sure, we all know that the better your credit score, the better interest rates you get on loans and credit cards. But did you know that the information on your credit report also affects your ability to get a job, qualify for a promotion, receive preferred utility rates, even get approved for an apartment lease? But... the entire credit reporting process can occur WITHOUT any input from, monitoring by, or...
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