TransUnion, Equifax Customers Get Back Over $17 million, Thanks to CFPB
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TransUnion, Equifax Customers Get Back Over $17 million, Thanks to CFPB

By Charlene Crowell (NNPA Newswire Columnist) Millions of consumers who were duped into paying fees…

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New Scoring System Aims to Help People with Poor Credit
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New Scoring System Aims to Help People with Poor Credit

KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — People struggling with a bad credit…

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How New Changes by Credit-Reporting Firms May Affect You
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How New Changes by Credit-Reporting Firms May Affect You

MICHELLE CHAPMAN, AP Business Writers ALEX VEIGA, AP Business Writers The three big credit reporting…

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Some Credit Report Errors Never Get Fixed
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Some Credit Report Errors Never Get Fixed

  (CBS News) – Three years after issuing a report revealing that one in five…

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Credit Monitoring Firm Agrees to $22 Million in Refunds
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Credit Monitoring Firm Agrees to $22 Million in Refunds

  (Chicago Tribune) – At least 50 websites, with names like FreeScoreOnline.com, FreeScore360.com and ScoreSense.com,…

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Debts Canceled by Bankruptcy Still Mar Consumer Credit Scores
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Debts Canceled by Bankruptcy Still Mar Consumer Credit Scores

(New York Times) – In the netherworld of consumer debt, there are zombies: bills that…

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