Freeze or Lock, Safeguarding Your Child’s Credit History Can Save Them Later

By Bethany Erickson / October 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
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Do you know if your child has a credit history? I’ll admit, even with all my work busting scams and investigating consumer complaints, I had never really taken the time to check. But that’s changing — and many parents we talked to said they’ve either frozen or locked their child’s credit or are considering it, […]

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Credit Bureau Experian Publishes the Wealthiest ZIP codes in Texas. Really?

By Jon Anderson / June 5, 2015 / 6 Comments

It’s finally happened. We know you can’t believe every (any) thing you read on the internet, we can now say the same of credit-reporting agency Experian, whose tag line is “Data Quality.” I saw an infographic (a nice name for a chart full of data that’s been made “fun”) purporting to show “The Wealthiest ZIP […]

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Could An Error at Experian Be Screwing Texas Consumers On Real Estate Loans?

By Candy Evans / August 30, 2011 / 18 Comments

I have a friend named Dormand Long. We met at my house, when he brought his son to a Dartmouth College send-off party, which we usually host. Dormand is brilliant. Not sure what he does for a living,  but is a research genius and sends a plethora of information my way. There are honestly not enough hours in […]

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