ASK EXPERIAN CREDIT ADVICE BLOG is a collection of articles on many topics from understanding credit scores, to how credit score simulators work and more. It's designed to help share knowledge about credit reports, credit scores and other topics.
#CREDITCHATLIVE is a Q&A program hosted every Friday by Rod Griffin, Experian’s Sr. Director of Consumer Education and Advocacy. It is designed to have an open conversation about important credit issues, and help people learn how to use credit as a tool to achieve their financial goals.
CREDIT ESSENTIALS FOR EVERYONE is an online flipbook about fundamental credit reporting and scoring topics. It highlights Experian’s commitment to diversity and inclusion and is designed to help empower consumers to overcome barriers and achieve financial success.
CREDIT SCORE BASICS is a booklet about the fundamentals of credit scoring and what you need to know to improve your credit score. Additional resources include a presentation for classroom use "Give Me A Little Credit." http://www.experian.com/consumer-education-content/education-presentations.html
DIVORCE AND CREDIT is a booklet designed to help couples who are separating avoid common mistakes made during the divorce process that may damage or destroy their credit.
EXPERIAN BOOST™ is a service where users can add their phone, cable, internet and utility payment information to their credit report for an opportunity to improve their credit scores. Credit score is calculated based on FICO® Score 8 model. The actual lender or insurer may use a different type of credit score.
HOMEBUYING AND CREDIT is a booklet designed to help consumers make informed decisions when buying a home. Topics include understanding your credit report, picking the right mortgage provider, and non-financial issues such as access to transportation, schools, and length of commute to work.
NEW CREDIT is a brochure about establishing credit and managing it wisely. It defines various types of credit and common credit terms. Additional resources available for classroom use include a presentation, "Give Me A Little Credit." http://www.experian.com/consumer-education-content/education-presentations.html
THE ABCs OF CREDIT REPORTING is a teacher lesson plan designed to help students learn how credit reporting works, what's in a credit report and how financial decisions can impact a person's credit report for years to come. It includes a vocabulary worksheet, pre/post assessments, and a Credit Jeopardy game.
TWELVE COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT CONSUMER CREDIT AND DIRECT MARKETING is a booklet that answers frequently asked questions about credit, credit reporting, and how to fix errors on your report. It's a basic handbook of information that every consumer should know.