I’m Allie Wadley, Director of Credit Operations at NDBT and this episode of our Credit Education Series is about finding the resources to help you manage your credit profile. There are several resources for credit education.  Among the best is the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Services available include free credit reports as we discussed in an earlier episode and opting out of prescreened credit card solicitations. You may also find Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion as good resources, but be careful, there are many illegitimate websites that may try to lure you into providing your information online. As always, make sure you go to the right website, www.ftc.gov, when you enter non-personal information online for these services. Be sure to view the other topics in our video series to keep yourself credit aware.
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Allie Wadley
Director of Credit Operations

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