Two of the three major credit bureaus misled customers about the true value of the credit scores they offer, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says.
Overall, the number of consumers with personal loans jumped by 18% from the 3rd quarter of 2013 to the 3rd quarter of 2015, according to recent data from TransUnion.
Seniors are often a target for identity theft. They tend to be less digitally aware, they trust more easily and are more civic- and family-minded.
A new study finds that the vast majority of American drivers don’t shop around for car insurance, even though they may be able to get a better deal elsewhere.
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Are seniors to blame for their new debt, or are their sons, daughters and grandbabies?
Data from TransUnion puts delinquency rates at a seven-year low, but will the trend continue?
The TransUnion reports contain context and highlights to help users understand the state of their credit.
Renters who want to become homeowners may improve their chances of getting a mortgage when their rent payments are reported to the credit bureaus, shows a recent study.
Which would you pay first: credit cards bills or the mortgage?