Only a third of those who are aware have checked to see if their data was compromised.
Consumer credit reporting agencies are going to start eliminating some information from credit reports that might reflect negatively on would-be borrowers. Some of that information has been prone to errors in the past, and consumer advocates argued it was unfair…
Banks dip their toes into a new market: people without traditional credit scores.
Fixing a mistake in your credit report can be frustrating and complicated. Here's a guide to help you know where to go and what to do.