Equifax Sued for Not Investigating Disputed Inquiries on Credit Reports

December 3rd, 2019

Equifax Sued In Another Class Action Because Of Its Systemic Failure To Investigate Consumer Disputes Of Unauthorized Or Fraudulent Inquiries Appearing On Consumers’ Credit Reports Inquiry information is included on a credit report because it is part of a consumer’s credit history. Inquiries identify the persons and companies from whom the consumer sought credit and […]

What Shows Up On A Background Check For A Job – Employment and Education Verification, Criminal History and Driving Records

November 13th, 2018

When you apply for a job, the potential employer will want to know how your history makes you the best fit for the position. In the interview, you’ll explain how your past employment and education have prepared you for this new job based on the application’s criteria. Before making the decision to hire you, the […]

How to Avoid and Report Charity Scams

October 24th, 2018

After tragedy strikes or during the holiday season, you may feel inclined to donate to a charity that you want to support. Scammers know that people will be more determined to donate to charities at this time, and so they create fake charities in order to feed off the generosity of others. They will then […]

Debtor vs. Creditor- Who They Are & What The Difference Is

October 4th, 2018

What is the difference between creditors and debtors? If you’ve ever had to take out a loan or a similar form of credit, you’ve likely heard the words “creditor” and “debtor” used to explain the account. But sometimes these terms and their meanings can be confusing. Being informed of what creditors and debtors are and […]