We are here to help keep your credit and private information safe. With the most recent Capital One Data Breach, where more than 100 million Capital One credit card applications and accounts have been affected, we want to make sure that you are keeping your information safe.
In light of one of the biggest data breaches ever, credit.org wants to remind you of the importance as consumers to keep an eye on your credit and know the best steps to protect your financial identity. To find out more information about the Capital One Data Breach visit CNN to learn more.
Check Your Credit for Free On A Regular Basis
You can check your credit report for free once per year at www.annualcreditreport.com, and we urge everyone to do so. But checking your report isn’t the same as checking your score, and that leaves some questions. Should you check your credit score? How often? How and which score to check? Click here to find out more.
Credit Monitoring & Credit Scores
The purpose of credit monitoring is to offer an alarm. It serves to tell you of a problem. In most cases the alarm is simply the first step to further actions that are needed. To learn more on other warning signs that your credit may be in danger click here. We are happy to offer access to your credit scores and credit monitoring through our partner IDIQ here.
Was Your Credit Impacted?
The negative effects on your credit history may not be so easy to resolve. If you need help navigating checking or improving your credit, reach out to expert credit coaches for guidance on how to take control of your financial well-being.
Check out credit.org’s Fraud Protection & Credit Monitoring services for more information: