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    My Score’s Fallen and It Can’t Get Up!

    Monday, June 30th, 2014

    You can realize your credit is in trouble in a variety of ways.  Many just know their credit must be bad based upon their bill paying habits.  Others learn when they pull their own credit report.  An unfortunate many learn they have problems when they are rejected from qualifying for their desired loan.  Whatever the […]

    Credit Monitoring

    Monday, June 23rd, 2014

    Ever feel like you’re being watched all the time?  Security cameras, internet cookies, or that man in the trench coat over there (yeah we see you bud) make it seem like nothing ever goes unseen.  But what about your finances?  Many banks, the credit bureaus, and other companies offer credit monitoring services.  These services alert […]

    Student Loan Refinancing Bill

    Monday, June 16th, 2014

    Politicians seem to never run out of things to argue about. Education is no different. While most politicians agree the soaring cost of education is a problem, there is still little consensus on the correct remedy. Student loans are a ballooning portion of consumer debt, even bypassing credit card debt! Senate Democrats are slated to […]

    Credit: A History

    Friday, June 13th, 2014

    Friday the 13th is unlucky for several reasons, one of which is that in 1307 the Knights Templar was taken out by the debt-ridden French monarch on that unlucky day.  As it is Friday the 13th, we will honor the destruction of the Knights Templar by exploring the history of credit – stick with me […]

    Dispute Notations

    Monday, June 9th, 2014

    Looking at your credit report can be a depressing, invigorating, or frustrating process.  Depressing if you simply have bad credit, invigorating if your score is getting higher, and frustrating if there are inaccuracies, which would put you with at least 25% of America.  When inaccuracies strike, you are given the weapon of dispute, but a […]

    The Credit Bureaus Get Away with it Again!

    Thursday, June 5th, 2014

    $18.6 Million Verdict Reduced to $1.62 Million In late July 2013 we re-posted an article on a court case that awarded Julie Miller in Oregon $18.6 million from Equifax for refusing to remove incorrect information from her credit report, such as an incorrect Social Security Number. This was one of the largest amounts awarded to […]

    Impact and Recovery of Foreclosures, Short Sales, and Bankruptcies

    Monday, June 2nd, 2014

    The most devastating things that can happen to a credit score are foreclosures, short sales, and bankruptcies.  These represent significant and alarming credit defaults.  Prospective lenders see you as an extremely risky debtor if one of these are attached to your report.  It is a pretty bleak picture, but we’ll explore it so you can […]