The Ten Worst Practices of Credit Card Companies
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 17, 2007
CreditLearningCenter.com., a consumer website which helps consumers understand and manage personal credit and debt, announced the release of its free "Consumer's Guide to Credit Help and Debt Relief". The comprehensive guide is available to visitors free of charge at http://www.creditlearningcenter.com.
"People faced with credit and debt issues need to know that there are practical, common sense things they can do to turn things around and brighten their financial futures," said Walter Burch, Editor-in-Chief of CreditLearningCenter.com. "How to get rid of high-interest credit card debt, how to handle creditors, how to turn debt into financial freedom - these are all key areas covered in the guide, and we anticipate it will be a important resource for consumers" added Burch.
Sound Advice on Credit Cards, Improving Credit Scores, Identity Theft Protection
The guide also shows consumers how to avoid the trap of credit card debt. "The Ten Worst Practices of Credit Card Companies" and "How to Fight Back Against Credit Card Companies" help show consumers how to manage credit card debt. In addition, the guide also provides step-by-step advice on how consumers can improve credit scores and position themselves to save money by qualifying for lower-interest rate offers. Another section of the guide explores the growing problem of identity theft - including how to help prevent identity theft, common warning signs of identity theft, and immediate steps to take should consumers become a victim of identity theft.
New Consumer Laws Related to Credit and Debt
The "Consumer's Guide to Credit Help and Debt Relief" also provides information regarding the latest laws related to credit, debt, and bankruptcy. To request the free guide, consumers may visit http://www.CreditLearningCenter.com.
CreditLearningCenter.com's mission is to be the most trusted name and resource in the area of credit, consumer finance, and identity theft education. The site provides visitors with audio, video, and textual information to help consumers understand, manage, and protect credit. For more information, you may visit http://www.creditlearningcenter.com.
Press Contact: Emily Cockerill at 818-717-9397.