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You’ve seen and heard countless times how important it is to keep track of your credit. 463 more words
You may have heard the latest Big Bank scandal. Under pressure to get customers to open all kinds of accounts, Wells-Fargo employees have been opening accounts that people don’t know about. 125 more words
September 22, 2016
It’s a question I hear regularly for people of all walks of life: How to I build (or rebuild) my credit? Follow are some simple steps that can contribute to better credit ratings, whether you’re starting with no credit or have some bad credit history already. 989 more words
It can take years, decades even, to repair one’s credit. Unfortunately, there is no quick fix, despite promises of relief from companies offering their services for a price. 483 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – According to Bankrate.com, 35% of consumers have never checked their credit report even though it is free. You should know your credit score and have reviewed your credit report at least annually. 561 more words
Credit card accounts are open-ended credit, which means they can remain open for decades even if you never use the card or stop using it at some point. 437 more words