Three key tips to keep in mind if you are denied access to basic financial services and products.
Our recent report discusses the most common financial complaints reported by consumers across the 50 states and D.C.
We provide a list of credit card issuers that provide credit scores free of charge to their customers.
Understanding the promises and pitfalls of using alternative data to assess creditworthiness.
In 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published a finding that 26 million Americans are “credit invisible.” We’ve broken down the report to capture its most compelling findings, alongside action items to help those who are new to credit or those looking to rebuild.
An estimated 43 million Americans are dealing with medical debt. Debt collection is the top complaint we’ve received since September 2013 and medical collections make up 52 percent of collection accounts on credit reports, far outpacing all other types of debt. Learn more about how you can keep medical debt in check.
Did you know that there are now dating websites where potential partners provide their credit score for you to check out? People know it’s important to have good credit. But, there’s still a lot of confusion about how to actually build and keep a good credit report. First of all, what is a credit report? […]
You have the right to know what nationwide specialty consumer reporting companies are saying about you. And you’re entitled to one free report each year, just like with the traditional nationwide consumer reporting companies – Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion. What’s more, nationwide specialty consumer reporting companies have to make it easy for you to get […]