Posts Tagged ‘credit’

Credit freeze costs come under fire

October 8, 2017

Following the data breach at Equifax, consumers, lawmakers ask: Why should we pay for credit bureau’s blunder?

Beware of Equifax Data Breach and Get a Credit Freeze – YouTube

September 30, 2017 Theft Expert Robert Siciliano discuses Beware of Equifax Data Breach and how to Get a Credit Freeze for @HotspotShield

Why you might want to freeze your credit now

September 26, 2017

In the wake of the Equifax data breach that has exposed an estimated 143 million customer records to hackers, consumer credit experts have been recommending freezing one’s credit as a protection against identity theft.

How to avoid credit card security overkill

September 2, 2017

While protecting your credit and money is important, it’s also possible to go to unnecessary extremes, causing undue stress and hypervigilance

How to Keep Your Home Safe For Less

August 3, 2017

Bad credit and low income don’t mean you can’t protect what you do have! Here’s how you can keep your apartment or house safe for less!

Why a Credit Freeze May Not Be Enough | IdentityForce®

May 11, 2017

Setting up a credit freeze is a good first step, but it’s not enough. You need an added layer of protection to help protect your identity.

How Online Identity Thieves Are Getting Smarter

April 14, 2017

Your credit card may now have a security chip inside it, but you're as much at risk for identity theft as you ever were.

Do You Still Need to Cut Up Your Canceled Credit Cards? | Life Hacker India

April 6, 2017

Illustration by Sam Woolley.

Most credit cards come with decent fraud protection these days. If someone steals and uses your card, most

Security Expert: Chip-enabled credit cards don't solve all risks | FOX25

January 18, 2017

Security Expert: Chip-enabled credit cards don’t solve all risks

What They Won’t Tell You About Your ‘Free’ Credit Report | The Huffington Post

January 2, 2017

If your New Year’s resolution includes a financial tune-up, then you’re probably about to pull your “free” credit report. You’ll want to read this first….