BadCredit.org was created to help Americans with subpar credit to find the information and resources they need to make successful credit decisions. Featuring blog posts, how-to guides, studies and other helpful content, our site's mission is to raise the overall financial awareness of its visitors. Our experts also provide ratings of various financing sources and other services geared toward the subprime market.
Ashley is the Finance Editor at Digital Brands, Inc., where she oversees content published on CardRates.com and BadCredit.org. Ashley works closely with experts and industry leaders in every sector of finance to develop authoritative guides, news and advice articles with regards to audience interest. Connect with Ashley on Twitter.
Aaron Crowe is a seasoned journalist who specializes in personal finance writing and editing. Aaron has written for a variety of websites, including AOL, Learnvest, US News & World Report, Wells Fargo, WiseBread, AARP and many insurance and investing sites. He is a former newspaper editor and reporter, and can be found at his website AaronCrowe.net.
Mike Randall is most knowledgeable in the areas of credit scores and credit cards, having written on those topics and others for the past eight years. He graduated from California State University with a degree in English literature, and he has an extensive background in personal finance studies. When he's not keeping BadCredit.org readers informed of changes in the subprime market, Mike’s hobbies include sailing and gourmet cooking. Connect with Mike on Google+.
Stefanie O'Connell is a New York City personal finance writer who lives by making her budget stretch. She shares financial planning, investing and spending advice on her blog, The Broke and Beautiful Life. A graduate of New York University, Stefanie discovered the world of financial planning out of necessity. Connect with Stefanie on Google+.
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