It's so important for everyone to understand their credit report and FICO score
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 2, 2008
NextAdvisor.com, a leading consumer information resource, today launched a free online how-to guide designed to help consumers read, analyze and dispute information on their Equifax credit report. The guide is the second in a series that the company will publish focusing on explaining credit reports offered by the major credit reporting bureaus including Experian, Equifax and TransUnion.
The guide is available for free on the NextAdvisor.com Daily blog at: http://www.nextadvisor.com/blog/2008/06/30/how-to-read-analyze-and-dispute-your-equifax-credit-report/
"It's so important for everyone to understand their credit report and FICO score," said NextAdvisor.com's Associate Editor, Caitlin Podiak. "Equifax is unique in that they are the only credit reporting agency that offers a three bureau credit report, a FICO score and a FICO score simulator. Our Equifax credit report guide should help consumers interpret this useful information."
The guide walks through each section of an Equifax credit report and explains its purpose in clear, straight-forward language. It also educates consumers on how to identify potential errors on their credit report and dispute credit report inaccuracies with Equifax.
NextAdvisor.com has already published an Experian credit report guide and plans on publishing a TransUnion credit report guide later this month.
The company has also published informative user guides focused on child identity theft protection and preventing identity theft on popular social networking sites Facebook and MySpace. Those guides may be found here: http://www.nextadvisor.com/blog/category/nextadvisor-guides/
NextAdvisor.com is the trusted, independent source for comparing the most valuable new services. The company's mission is to help consumers save money and improve their lives by presenting them with useful comparisons and reviews of service providers along with a clear explanation of each service and how it works.
NextAdvisor.com currently reviews, compares and explains many different types of services including credit report and monitoring, identity theft protection, voice over IP, diet plans, DVD rental and movie download, online education, online tax preparation and online backup. The company's reviews and comparisons are available for free at nextadvisor.com.