How important is monitoring your credit score? Do you even care? Earlier, I wrote about starting your credit education somewhere when I attended Nabil Captan’s CE-unit seminar at PWR.

Start your credit education from these valuable Information Resources:

            www.myfico.com  FICO, the Score that Matters™.

            https://www.annualcreditreport.com  AnnualCreditReport.com is the official site to help  consumers  to obtain their free credit report. 

These are the 2 places he believes you should go as trusted sites for your credit monitoring needs. I’m one of those who don’t-care-much-until-I-really-need-it, but I guess I should try it. This came back to mind since I just got my CE certificate in my email the other day,

Hi Cecilia,
I hope all is well with you.
Congratulations, attached is your Course Completion Certificate.
Don’t forget to login to my website
WWW.creditdvd.com to sign up for the newsletter, and to view The Credit DVD Series’ trailers.
Credit Education is the shortest way to trust. Give your clients something of value; The Credit DVD is a wonderful educational tool, but also an ideal marketing tool for greater bond with past clients, and most importantly; your new relationships with future homeowners.

 …and just now my first stop after turning my computer on–I was reading “15 Things…    http://finance.yahoo.com/banking-budgeting/article/110384/things-you-shouldnt-be-paying-for?mod=bb-budgeting  and one of the things mentioned was visiting the same place — www.annualcreditreport.com , the only truly free place to see all three of your credit reports for free once a year”.

Nabil mentioned a few other things which I don’t think I’d really care doing for now, but I probably wouldn’t mind using these 2 places. For those really interested in the intricacies of Credit stuff, Nabil also teaches at Orange Coast College and, I believe just from memory, Cal State Dominguez Hills.


Originally posted @ https://xzyllar.wordpress.com



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