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BadCredit.org is regularly relied upon by leading national news outlets to provide expert commentary on various financial topics. Below are a few select appearances where you can find our resources referenced and experts weighing in on the latest industry news.
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The consumer resource site BadCredit.org has begun publishing research studies on the subject of subprime credit, making it the first...
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Many families worry that the death of a loved one will mean that his or her debts will then become the legal responsibility...
In our continuous efforts to provide the highest-quality information and resources, we often interview nonprofit and government organizations that are relevant to our readers. We also interview established banking institutions as well as up-and-coming fintech companies.
We spoke with the managing director of the Safety Net Project, an Urban Justice Center initiative, to discuss advocacy efforts for NYC's most vulnerable residents.
Communications Manager, Meredith Shapiro, shares how the Children's Health Fund administers no-cost medical and dental care to families in need.
Barry Coleman, Vice President of Counseling and Education Programs for the NFCC, speaks to the organization's mission to promote financially responsible behavior.
We spoke with MyRA Program Director, Richard Ludlow, about the government retirement account that eliminates income or benefits limitations.
Senior VP of Investor Education, Gerri Walsh, shares ways consumers can invest in themselves by paying down high-interest debt and other investment best practices.
Denise Durrett of ENERGY STAR provides tips for reducing energy consumption and lowering home utility costs.
CARE Programs Manager, Ian Redman, talks about how the organization helps students better understand credit and student loan debt.
We spoke with Duke University staff to hear how one alumn's letter to the university inspired its own personal finance website encouraging healthy money decisions.
President and CEO, Jean Eddy, shares how ASA helps students plan their career path through exploratory experiences, mentoring, apprenticeships, and more.
Washington University's Meredith Covington sheds light on the recent growth in employee financial wellness programs.
Professor James Heckman shares how the Too Small to Fail intiaitive lays a foundation for early academic excellence that often translates to financial success.
An in-depth look at the Capital One Secured Card and how it can help accomplish your credit rebuilding objectives.
John C. Heath, Lexington Law's Directing Attorney, shares how the firm leverages its experience to give people a chance at better credit and a better life.
CreditRepair.com President, Scott Smith, speaks to consumer protection statutes in the credit repair industry and how it goes beyond simple disputation.
We spoke with Credit Sesame's Claire Tak about how the free credit score platform empowers consumers to better understand and protect their credit.
Western Union's Director of Anti-Fraud Operations shares common money scams and how to avoid them when using money transfer services.
The Ally Bank Team shares how it eliminates the large overhead costs of big banks to pass those savings on to its customers.
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