Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2007
CreditLearningCenter.com., a consumer website which provides a comprehensive level of information and resources to help consumers understand and manage personal credit, announced the launching of its Credit Report Center, which may be accessed by consumers at http://www.creditlearningcenter.com/credit_report_center.
Credit scores have become increasingly important to consumers in recent years as more and companies rely strongly on credit scoring models in order to deliver quick lending decisions," said Walter Burch, Editor of CreditLearningCenter.com. "The Credit Report Center not only provides a wealth of free information to help consumers understand credit reports and scores, but also provides consumers with an easy and convenient way to obtain their free credit score and free credit report online, along with a free 30 day credit monitoring trial," continued Burch.
Good Credit Can Save Consumers Thousands of Dollars
The Credit Report Center illustrates how important credit has become to the financial well-being of consumers. "From consumers who need personal loans, to those considering refinancing and new home loans and mortgages, to consumers who are looking to secure the lowest interest rates on auto loans and credit cards - a good credit score can help consumers save a considerable amount of money," added Burch.
Credit Bureaus and Early Detection of Identity Theft
In addition to providing a comprehensive level of free information to help consumers understand credit ratings, The Credit Report Center also features a complete section on daily credit monitoring which can provide a critical "first line of defense" against identity theft. "Consumers who monitor changes to all three credit reports, Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion, enjoy a distinct advantage when it comes to detecting potential identity theft as soon as possible," said Burch, who added that daily credit monitoring allows consumers to receive email alerts whenever key changes are detected on any one of their credit reports from the three major credit bureaus. For a complete review of the Credit Report Center, consumers may visit http://www.creditlearningcenter.com/credit_report_center
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.
For more information, please contact: mediacreditlearningcenter.com or call 818-577-7298.