A lot of Florida Millennials are not becoming first-time homebuyers because they don’t think they qualify for financing. But they may be wrong.
In response to public outrage, Equifax is offering free credit locks. Here’s a brief description for Florida consumers who want to know how they work.
It may seem strange, but it is possible for a Florida consumer with a good credit score to be denied credit. Here are some reasons why this happens.
There are ways for some Florida consumers to use credit cards for everyday purchases without building debt – otherwise known as a “credit only” budget.
Unfortunately, synthetic identity theft is on the rise in Florida. Here are a few tips to help you protect yourself and your loved ones from scammers.
Approximately 143 million consumers may be affected by the recent Equifax data breach. Here’s what American consumers need to know.
The team here at Credit Repair Lawyers of America would like to congratulate Mr. Ivey on getting clean credit reports.
If you have a friend, family member, or co-worker with credit report or debt collection harassment issues, we would love to help them out. Just fill out and submit the quick Referral Letter form on our website.
Four Reasons Why Most Indebted Florida Consumers Should Choose Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Over Debt Settlement
There are several reasons why most indebted Florida consumers should choose Chapter 7 bankruptcy over debt settlement services.
Adding an authorized user to a credit card account may seem like the right thing to do, but Florida consumers should ask a few questions first.
Florida consumers should be aware of the fact that hard credit checks do have an impact on credit scores, but the damage is usually minimal.
Credit card skimmers are on the rise at Florida gas stations, so consumers should be extra cautious when using pay-at-the-pump card reading devices.
Unfortunately, identity theft is a huge problem for seniors in Florida. Luckily, there are ways to fight back and keep your personal information safe.