Creditloan.com Receives TRUSTe and GeoTrust Approval, Completely Revamps Free Website

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Creditloan.com announces new Truste certification and Geotrust seal of approval, while unveiling new site renovations that focuses on consumer privacy.

Creditloan.com is pleased to announce its recent certification by TRUSTe®, an independent, nonprofit organization that certifies and monitors Website privacy and email policies. In addition, Creditloan.com has undergone a complete redesign to provide users with enhanced features and benefits.

The TRUSTe seal demonstrates that the Creditloan.com site complies with best practices and can be depended on to uphold strict online privacy standards. "Gaining TrustE.org approval demonstrates our desire to provide free information in a trusted forum for our visitors," said Daniel B. Wesley, CEO of Credit Loan, LLC. "This approval lets visitors know that they have complete control over what they choose to view, receive, or not receive as a result of utilizing our site for their needs."

Securing approval to display the TRUSTe Web Privacy Seal is a comprehensive process. It requires participants to complete a privacy assessment, participate in a Website audit and review, and agree to ongoing monitoring and dispute resolution. Certification for the program also necessitates following specific regulations to ensure Website validity. "Such regulations include disclosing to visitors the type of personal information our site compiles and how this information is used," Wesley explained. "Approval is contingent on providing visitors with privacy policies, disclaimers and disclosures, and the ability to opt out of any email-based communications."

Creditloan.com has taken a number of other important steps to ensure consumers' privacy and trust. The site has been issued a GeoTrust QuickSSL certificate to enable server security. Sites secured by QuickSSL use 128-bit SSL certificates to offer the highest level of encryption or security possible. This means visitors to Creditloan.com can rest assured that communications between their browser and the site's Web servers are private and secure. In addition, Creditloan.com has been approved by the Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) and complies with Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS.

The TRUSTe and GeoTrust seals are all part of Creditloan.com's redesign efforts to convey greater confidence and value to consumers. Originally registered July 30, 1998, creditloan.com was created for the purpose of educating consumers about a wide range of personal finance topics. Today, the Website contains more than two thousand articles related to various consumer concerns, such as mortgage and refinancing loans, credit cards, student loan information, credit reports and credit repair.

Unlike other Websites, creditloan.com is an online learning center that offers opinion-based informative articles completely free of charge. The articles are written in a consumer-friendly style, updated on a regular basis and categorized for quick access. The site's goal is to provide visitors with informative resources and links to reputable industry leaders, so they can gain a basic understanding of a subject before seeking professional assistance. "Because we have such a vast library of information, site users can research finance-related questions in the privacy of their home, then seek further advice or assistance from industry professionals," Wesley said.

Creditloan.com is not a direct lender, Wesley emphasized. Rather, it hosts a loan application center with secure links to trusted providers of personal, mortgage, auto and home loans, as well as credit cards and credit reports. The center provides easy access to industry leaders like Credit.com, Capital One, Ameriquest and Eloan.com. Creditloan.com also offers handy financial calculators, the latest mortgage rates and a free newsletter packed with personal finance articles.

For more information, please visit http://www.creditloan.com and/ or contact Daniel Wesley directly at 813-476-0332.

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