In trying to make ends meet from month to month, it appears that Minnesota consumers are too reliant on credit cards, and this could lead to trouble.
Before filling out credit card applications, Minnesota consumers should check out these useful tips on how to be as prepared as possible.
Why Minnesota Consumers Will Continue to Pay for Credit Report Freezes and Locks After the Equifax Data Breach
At least for now, Minnesota consumers will continue to pay for credit report freezes and locks in the wake of the Equifax data breach.
There are a lot of issues that have emerged from the Equifax data breach, including scammers capitalizing on consumer fear in Minnesota.
Minnesota consumers affected by the Equifax data breach should put off credit freezing until they know all of the facts. Here is a quick guide.
Approximately 143 million consumers may be affected by the recent Equifax data breach. Here’s what American consumers need to know.
Minnesota store-branded credit card holders may wonder what happens to those accounts if the associated retailer goes out of business.
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.
Late credit card payments can negatively affect credit scores in Minnesota, and the damage is dependent on the extent of the tardiness.
Regulators from five states, including Minnesota, recently filed a lawsuit against three different debt collection agencies for violating the FDCPA.
According to Experian, the average Minnesota consumer has a good credit score, but that doesn’t mean that ALL Minnesotans have high credit scores.
There are credit cards out there for everyone, but many Minnesota consumers are using the wrong plastic. Maybe now is a good time to explore your options.
Minnesota consumers don’t want to question it when their credit scores jump, but they may wonder what caused the unexpected increase.
Missing car payments can be harmful to credit scores. This is why Minnesotans should make an effort to stay current with their auto loans.