Freeze your credit before you get burned
Thanks to a new law, Marylanders may freeze their credit report for free as of Oct. 1st, and now more than ever, it is in your interest to do so.
Identity theft can take years to discover; police preach awareness of finances
Edward J. McNeal Sr., credit executive who served in General Assembly, dies at 86
Edward Joseph "Ned" McNeal Sr., who served in the General Assembly and who later headed the Credit Bureau of Baltimore, died at Sinai Hospital Wednesday after suffering a fall at his home. The Timonium resident was 86.
FTC: One of four consumers has a credit report error
Federal Trade Commission releases report on credit reporting errors
CFPB: Consumers entitled to free reports from wide range of specialty reporting companies
CFPB issues warning letters to speciality consumer reporting companies
Credit cards offer pricey — and unnecessary — extra products
Credit card issuers market additional services that consumers don't need
Taxpayers face long waits, conflicting information when trying to recover from identity theft
ID theft of tax refunds on the rise and how victims can respond.
Another day, another security breach.
Data breaches are here to stay, so it seems, so
You can raise credit scores
10 tips for repairing your credit history, raising score
New Md. laws fight ID theft and extend health benefit
Stock of interest
Your credit score may change as FICO creators drop authorized users
'Deceased flag' put her in denial state
Hopkins notifies 135,000 of data loss
Experian, Equifax raising fees on mortgage credit reports
Credit raters sued over
Mortgage competition can be unsettling
How do you score? Test: Advocates say it's just a tool. Critics say it can cost you a mortgage. More lenders are relying on a score of your creditworthiness.
HCIA purchasing analytical services unit
Being on mailing lists should bother you
Credit score indicates if you'll default on mortgage
A Cancer on their credit Errors: Lynn and Paul Juliano were victims of bureaucratic miscues and errant information that scarred their credit reports. The mistakes cost them time, money and caused plenty of aggravation.
Teen's $4.50 in earnings turns into financial status
Debts, not assets, create credit history
Mortgage firms rate you on payment record
Check your credit rating annually
Little errors on report can become big headaches without intervention Giving CREDIT Where credit is due
Stamp of disapproval: Postal Service replies
Get rid of bad credit rating for $49? Nightmare may follow, officials say
Using Federal Express could be a crime, law says
Parents due child support money are buying their own ... PAYBACKS
Ex-Perot volunteer files suit against detective agency
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State will look into who can look into your credit
Credit agency seeks federal probe of inquiries about ex-Perot volunteers
Credit bureaus cleaning up act
Bill provides for free copy of credit report Md. precedent-setter would apply in Oct.
Calif. hacker ring looted files in credit card fraud, police say
Ring of hackers probed in credit card fraud
Red tape of getting credit record fixed can give a consumer the blues
Amid controversy, TRW eyes selling credit-report unit Lawsuits, public scrutiny sap profitability.
Credit agency picks privacy, drops ties to junk-mailers Equifax won't rent its mail lists to direct marketers.
Mistakes in personal credit records hard to remove Reforms are coming, but regulators warn that you must be aggressive.
Credit reports slight the female
Credit reporting industry's boom not always a boon Watching those who watch us is often frustrating, necessary.
Make sure cancellation of credit cards 'takes'