CreditCardsCo Blog Author - Roberta Sanchez
Roberta (50 Posts)
Roberta Sanchez is a credit repair analyst who has helped countless clients to legally clean up their credit reports and improve their scores. She also offers rare information on how consumers can keep credit scores high by keeping balances at just the right ratio to limit, and learning to managing payments and debt load. Also at: Credit Card News.
New trends are troublesome, including the triple digit foreclosure increases in several states. More than three dozen states are seeing some kind of rise in foreclosure.
Before the weekend is over, you might discover a financial windfall. Check your state treasurer’s website. Many use their funds for paying off credit cards, savings or weekend getaways.
Discover is in the news as CFPB and FDIC order credit card giant to refund millions to consumers who were targeted by deceptive telemarketing practices.
Sure, the thousands of bonus rewards points for simply opening a new credit card account sounds like a winning solution, but before you ever swipe that new credit card, consider these points.
The buzz is all about the Wallaby card and how it can help consumers make the most of their credit cards.
Imagine paying off your house within a year. Here’s one family’s unconventional way of living a simpler life that’s brought peace and happiness – along with no credit card debt or mortgage.
All eyes are on Stockton this week as it announces it will file bankruptcy within days. Talks with its creditors fell through after three months of negotiations.
A new Department of Education report reveals it’s now 15% more expensive to attend college. Will college enrollment drop and force the American dream further out reach?
With so many government agencies, new and updated laws and compliance considerations, and a host of other financial dynamics, it can be difficult for consumers to understand their rights and where to turn for help.
Is the 2009 CARD Act realistic with goals of preventing more Americans from making less than ideal credit choices or is too much government control?