Unfortunately, identity theft damage often doesn’t end with your credit. Here are a few recovery tips for Ohio consumers in the wake of the Equifax data breach.
Unscrupulous lenders in California are issuing illegal payday loans. This means that consumers must be extra cautious with this already risky business.
Unfortunately, synthetic identity theft is on the rise in Florida. Here are a few tips to help you protect yourself and your loved ones from scammers.
Women in Michigan pay, on average, 33% more for car insurance than men. And if they have bad credit scores, they pay even more for coverage.
It’s tough for Millennials with low credit scores to rent apartments in Illinois, but it’s normally the cause of the bad credit score that’s to blame.
The recent Equifax data breach has New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman concerned with the safety of New York consumers, so he has taken action.
Unfortunately, credit cards usually don’t come with instruction manuals. This may be why a lot of Georgia Millennials make credit card mistakes.
Approximately 143 million consumers may be affected by the recent Equifax data breach. Here’s what American consumers need to know.
Soon, the three major credit bureaus will roll out VantageScore 4.0. Here’s what Ohio consumers should know about the new credit scoring model.
Minnesota store-branded credit card holders may wonder what happens to those accounts if the associated retailer goes out of business.