Tomar acciones para mejorar su crédito es muy importante, pero sepa que hay mucha información engañosa. Aquí echamos abajo algunos de los mitos sobre el crédito.
Natural disaster assistance is reported on a minority of credit records among potentially affected consumers
Recent natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey in 2017, have significantly impacted some consumers financially. In this report, the Bureau examines how natural disasters are reported in consumers’ credit reports.
If you manage someone else’s money, a new law lets you request a credit freeze on their behalf to help protect them from identity theft and fraud.
Free credit freezes and year-long fraud alerts are here, starting Sept. 21, 2018, thanks to a new federal law. Here’s what you should know.
More than 1-in-5 consumers had telecommunications-related collections on their consumer report in the past 5 years
Consumers typically pay for telecommunications services monthly, but most providers do not report to consumer reporting agencies unless an account is in collections. In this report, we explore how these debts are reported.
WARNO: New security clearance guidelines make it more important than ever for servicemembers to monitor their credit
How to safeguard your credit record and avoid security clearance problems.
You now have more options for accessing your credit scores free of
out the updated list of organizations that said they offer free credit scores.
Steps and resources to help resolve credit issues facing many people.
We are celebrating Financial Capability Month by helping consumers make better-informed decisions. This April, we are taking to Twitter to answer your #AskCFPB questions on credit reports and scores.