VideoCreditScore.com is aimed at the busy consumer or professional that wants to quickly learn a specific topic in credit scoring or identity theft
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 2, 2008
VideoCreditScore.com announced the launch of its new website to give consumers, real estate professionals and credit professionals a new way to learn about credit scores and credit reports.
VideoCreditScore.com features video lessons of 3 to 8 minutes in length to address various topics, such as credit score basics, credit score myths, credit score and FICO® score factors, how to handle credit in marriage and divorce, and identity theft prevention and treatment. It's the only site solely focused to feature a robust set of video lessons that addresses personal credit management.
"VideoCreditScore.com is aimed at the busy consumer or professional that wants to quickly learn a specific topic in credit scoring or identity theft," said Andy Jolls, CEO aka Chief Education Officer for VideoCreditScore.com. "These videos are free and structured to help the consumer learn topics quickly and easily to best manage their credit scores and prevent or treat an identity theft."
A list of video lessons already featured on the site includes:
- Credit Score Definition 101 - Lesson #1
- Credit Score Factors Pie - Lesson #2
- How To Get Your Credit Scores - Lesson #3
- Biggest Credit Score Myths - Lesson #4
- Marriage, Divorce and Credit Scores - Lesson #5
- Higher Credit Scores - Lesson #6
- ID Theft Prevention and Basics - Lesson #7
- ID Theft Treatment, What To Do When You Are a Victim - Lesson #8
- Fraud Alerts and Credit Freezes - Lesson #9
In addition to lessons, the site also features product reviews. "We found that consumers needed more insight into what was behind the websites that sold credit checking and monitoring products," said Andy. "By providing screencasts or screen-by-screen overviews of credit website products and comparing features we hope to make the purchasing decision process easier."
The site and its videos are available immediately for free at VideoCreditScore.com. Consumers can also find these videos on YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video and other video hosting sites. In addition, VideoCreditScore.com has a Podcast available at iTunes and other Podcast hosting sites.
Credit scores are used to make billions of credit decisions each year, which means that nearly all U.S. consumers over the age of 18 are being impacted by three-digit scores that help determine their credit risk. Through the http://www.VideoCreditScore.com Web site, consumers can learn about credit scoring by focusing on a specific topic or going through all the lessons by watching free online videos. For real estate and credit counseling professionals, VideoCreditScore offers easier, quicker ways to get educated on credit scoring so they can provide higher service to their clients.